It's been spring for nearly three weeks, but another dose of wintry weather is about to hit parts of the tri-state.
Storm Team 4 says that after a blustery day Friday, snow could hit parts of the region Saturday as a slushy system moves through the region. The wintry weather would be the latest blow in what has so far been an unseasonable start to spring.
The system is expected to drop some snow, a wintry mix or cold rain on the entire tri-state, with the heaviest snow totals -- anywhere between a dusting and 2 inches -- coming in areas at higher elevations.
The storm is expected to generate its own cold air, and Storm Team 4 says the mercury is unlikely to climb above the low 40s in New York City on Saturday. A freeze watch is in effect for counties along the coast overnight.
Some sunshine will return to the tri-state on Sunday, but it will still be breezy and unseasonably chilly, with highs only in the mid-40s.
It'll be in the mid 50s for most of the work week, and by Friday, temperatures should hit 60.