After scattered snow squalls crossed New York City and the suburbs Friday night, tri-state residents will wake up to a sunny but cold Saturday, Storm Team 4 says.
It will become cloudy throughout the day on New Year's Eve, and there may be a slight flurry or sprinkle during the evening hours, but otherwise it will be mostly dry.
Revelers should dress warmly, as temps will stay in the upper 30s at night.
New Year's Day looks pretty good, too: an early flurry is possibly with clouds and sunshine during the afternoon, and highs will reach the upper 40s.
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Showers will develop during the day Monday, and temperatures will warm from the 40s on Monday into the 50s on Tuesday, with a steadier rain developing. Clouds and even a shower may linger into Wednesday, with temperatures still mild in the 50s. A cold front will bring colder air to the region late next week.