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    Ice skaters enjoy the rink at Bryant Park in this file photo from January. Christmas week begins with frigid conditions throughout the city.

    It was a frigid, windy start to the week Monday - with a 25-degree high in the city.

    It's not going to be much better on the way home , so hopefully you brought the hat, scarf and gloves.

    There won't be too much movement in the mercury overnight, but Tuesday's high won't get us above the freezing point either. Expect a high of only 30 degrees.

    Looking ahead, things will warm up considerably on Wednesday, with a predicted high of 48 degrees, but rain will likely keep things wet on Christmas Eve.

    And on Christmas Day, you've got 45 degrees and partly cloudy skies to look forward to.

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