Quiet Thursday, Then Colder | NBC New York

Quiet Thursday, Then Colder



    Storms approach New York City.

    Compared to last night, tonight will feel a bit chillier with overnight lows dropping into the 30s in and around the city. However, temperatures will fall below freezing across many of the suburbs, where the coldest spots could see lows dive into the 20s. Any puddles or wet surfaces that do not dry up during the day could freeze overnight. As a result, early morning commuters will need to watch out of patches of ice on roads and sidewalks.

    Skies will brighten a bit more tomorrow, but temperatures will start to trend downwards as colder air makes its way into the Tri-State! Highs will peak in the 40s tomorrow...upper 30s Friday, and biting winds out of the northwest will pick up later tomorrow, making it feel more like winter!

    TONIGHT: Chilly with scattered clouds. In the 20s north and west. LOW: 37

    TOMMOROW: Partly to mostly sunny and chilly...turning breezy in the afternoon. HIGH: 46

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