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7:00 AM | Milder today and noticeably warmer on Wednesday, but the warm up comes with some rain


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7:00 AM | Milder today and noticeably warmer on Wednesday, but the warm up comes with some rain

Paul Dorian

6-Day NYC Forecast


Mainly cloudy, chilly with occasional rain, highs in the mid 40’s


Mainly cloudy with additional rain and patchy fog is possible late, temperatures should rise slowly through the night


Mainly cloudy, warmer, breezy, occasional rain is likely, maybe a thunderstorm, lower 60’s for highs by mid-day...afternoon temperatures could fall

Wednesday Night

Becoming mainly clear, windy, turning colder, lower 30’s for overnight lows


Mainly sunny, windy, cold, mid 40’s


Partly sunny, milder, chance for showers, lower 50’s


Mainly cloudy, colder, chance for rain and/or snow, low-to-mid 40’s


Partly sunny, cold, mid 40’s


A warm front will push through the region later tonight and it will generate occasional rain in the area and some patchy fog could form in the overnight hours. A strong cold front will arrive on Wednesday bringing with it occasional showers and maybe a strong thunderstorm or two and it’ll become much milder just ahead of the front. It promises to be a breezy and cold on Thursday and then there is another strong cold front to deal with on Friday. Colder conditions this weekend could be accompanied by some snow depending on the movement of low pressure along a frontal boundary zone. One final note, yesterday’s snowfall was the highest amount in April (5.5” at Central Park) since the great blizzard of April 6-7, 1982.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.