Forecasters predict temperatures to turn unseasonably mild Friday with highs near 50 degrees, but this weekend will sure feel like February.
The chance for snow returns Saturday, with 2 to 3 inches of accumulation expected in the city and 4 to 6 inches predicted for central and eastern Long Island.
Meteorologists say light snow is expected to develop early Saturday and continue through the evening. Computer models continue to trend higher in terms of snow totals, so the anticipated accumulation numbers could rise.
Temperatures Saturday will remain in the mid to high 30s. Sunday is expected to be cold and blustery with flurries north and west of the city.
Here's a brief look at your seven-day forecast:
TODAY: Sunny skies, turning milder, high of 48.
TONIGHT: Temperatures fall overnight, with a low of 32 in the city. Temps in the suburbs aren't expected to reach above the 20s.
FRIDAY: Sun mixes with high clouds, turning breezy, high of 49.
SATURDAY: Snow likely, high of 37. Snow accumulates 2 to 3 inches in the city, possibly more across Long Island.
SUNDAY: Windy and cold, high of 32. Scattered flurries, especially across the Hudson Valley.
MONDAY: Sunny, less wind and cold, high of 37.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a stray sprinkle, high of 43.
WEDNESDAY: Peeks of sunshine, milder, high of 48.