Temperatures seesawed back up again on Sunday, even as residents were being advised to prepare for snow and sleet in some areas.
With a warm front moving through the tri-state area, Sunday's temperature was expected to break the 63-degree record at Central Park for this date, according to Storm Team 4. Showers were expected to accompany the warm weather.
The shortened work-week will cool down considerably and a light snow or freezing rain is expected in some areas, according to Storm Team 4.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for suburban counties north of New York City from Monday night through Tuesday morning.
A backdoor cold front moved into the region Sunday night, making for a much cooler night and keeping Monday’s high temperatures down into the 40s. On Monday night, a light wintry mix is likely as a storm system approaches from the southwest
The sleet and freezing rain are expected to turn into light showers on Tuesday morning. This could cause travel concerns for the Tuesday morning commute.
Thursday, New Year's Eve, is expected to see a high of 50. And 2016 is expected to kick off with a high of 45.