After experiencing a freeze, gusty winds and RealFeel® temperatures in the 20s at midweek, temperatures will rebound to seasonable levels later this week around New York City.
Many folks will be able to hang up the winter coat later in the week.
Highs are forecast to be around the 50-degree mark Thursday and Friday with at least partial sunshine and less wind. Nighttime low temperatures will swing above freezing.
By the weekend, afternoon temperatures may flirt with 60 degrees.
Despite the cold weather and even snowflakes flying around the area Tuesday, the next storm system will bring rain and not snow or ice.
The next chance of rain is over the weekend with Sunday the day most likely to be the wet.
The stream of moisture into the Southwest is drying out some, so this weekend may not be as wet as the previous few days.
The air felt like an exceptional 163 F in Bandar Mahshahr, Iran, on Friday and similar or worse conditions will follow.
Drenching thunderstorms bring little-to-no relief to drought-stricken areas of the Sunshine State.
With no exact details on where Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, Indian Ocean currents may have swept one piece of the complicated puzzle to shores on Reunion Island.
In the most destructive hurricane season in recorded history, images from Katrina, Rita, Wilma and others still resonate today and immediately bring to mind the total despair millions of Americans faced in 2005.
After months of below-normal rainfall, Santiago, Chile, could finally be looking at some beneficial rain for the middle of next week.
Westchester Co.,NY (1812)
Tornado in Westchester Co., NY through parts of White Plains, Harrison, Rye and Greenwich. The same tornado today would have affected Interstates 287, 87, 95 and other major thoroughfares.
Trinity County, CA (1917)
Dry conditions led to tinderbox conditions. 80 forest fires started. Lightning struck 150 times in area of about five square miles.
Mt. Rainier, WA (1954)
16" snow cover remained on the mountain at 5,550 ft. after a big snow season.