A cold front moving across the tri-state will bring snow for some, showers for others, as well as freezing temperatures across the region.
It will be a dry morning but a few inches of snow is possible Friday afternoon far north and west of New York City. Below freezing temperatures will rise to only below 50 degrees on Friday, Storm Team 4 says.
Frost advisory and freeze watch have been issued outside of the city. Click here to see the latest severe weather warnings in your area.
Most of the area will see rain, especially along the coast, and measurable snow is expected for areas north of I-80 into New Jersey, Hudson Valley and Connecticut. Showers are possible through Saturday morning.
Temperatures will remain below average through the weekend but things will warm and brighten up by Sunday.