High Winds, Dropping Temps Bring Cold Snap to New York

The high Sunday is expected to be 32 degrees, but the wind chill is likely to be in the teens for most of the region

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Raphael Miranda's forecast for Saturday, November 23. (Published Saturday, Nov 23, 2013)

    Temperatures took a dive into the 40s Saturday and the wind chill increased in advance of a cold snap settling in overnight to Sunday. 

    The expected high Saturday is 47, with temps dropping to 28 in the evening, but the wind chill will make it feel even colder. Winds at night are set to gust at 20 to 25 miles per hour, leading to wind chills in the single digits.

    The high Sunday is expected to be 32 degrees, but the wind chill is likely to be in the teens for most of the region. Temperatures are set to slowly rising into the 40s after an expected high of 36 on Monday.

    A Nor'easter might hit the region on Tuesday or Wednesday, and holiday travel could be affected by wind and precipitation.

    Here's your five-day forecast:

    TODAY: Partly to mostly sunny. Breezy and chilly. Slight chance of a flurry/sprinkle.
    HIGH: 47
     
    TONIGHT: Mostly clear, windy and frigid. Wind chills single digits/teens.
    LOW: 28

    TOMORROW: Windy Sun & clouds with a few flurries/snow showers. Frigid wind chills in the teens.
    HIGH: 32
     
    MONDAY: Mostly sunny and cold. Less windy
    HIGH: 36

    TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy, rain at night.
    HIGH: 43
     
    WEDNESDAY: Windy with rain (maybe some wintry precip N&W).
    HIGH: 40

    THURSDAY:  Mostly sunny, cold and windy.
    HIGH: 37

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