More showers and temperature fluctuations are in store for tri-state area residents this week.
Conditions look to be sunny but windy on Wednesday with gusts possibly reaching 30 mph in some spots, Storm Team 4 says. The strong winds came with the previous day's thunderstorms that soaked parts of the region and more showers are expected to return by Friday. However, some of those droplets could turn into snow.
Highs on Wednesday will be around mid 50s but it could feel a bit colder due to the winds.
Things look clear again Thursday but temperatures will drop slightly and even more into Friday.
The mercury may not reach 50 degrees Friday and rain showers are expected to move in during the afternoon, possibly changing to a few snowflakes before Saturday.
The good news is that skies will clear again for the weekend and highs for Saturday will be around mid 40s.
As Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, temperatures will rise back up to mid 50s with plenty of sunshine.
Track the storms with our interactive radar below: