Temperatures will average near to above normal through much of the coming weekend around New York City.
High temperatures will fall by a couple of degrees each of the next few days, starting in the middle 60s on Wednesday and ending the week in the upper 40s.
The typical high for the city during early April is 56 F.
The week will not be entirely free of rain, however.
Spotty showers are possible Wednesday with a chance of more general rainfall on Friday and Friday night.
The rain and a flow off the ocean will hold temperatures back on Friday. Highs this day may be in the upper 40s.
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Gusty winds and snow will sweep across the north-central United States from Monday night to Tuesday night.
The death toll from rounds of severe weather across the South over the weekend has risen to at least 18.
A storm will bring major disruptions to the northeastern United States into Tuesday.
More lives and property will be threatened across the southeastern United States into Sunday night as an outbreak of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes erupt.
The caboose in the storm train and river of moisture that has been battering the western United States this week will deliver one final blow to California into Monday.
The weather across the eastern half of the United States has felt more like early spring recently, but more typical winter cold will return for the final days of January.
Welcome rain will return to northern India later this week, sweeping away the persistent fog and haze, but only for a brief time.
A magnitude-7.9 rocked Bougainville Island in Papua New Guinea on Sunday afternoon, local time.