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After Snowy Sunday, Temps Plunge Monday

Parts of New York City topped 60 degrees on Saturday, it snowed on Sunday, then temps plunge to below freezing -- and by Thursday it'll be 60 degrees again

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Sweater? Jacket? Sneakers? Boots? Brunch outside? Brunch inside?

It's hard to dress right in New York City these days, with warm and sunny temperatures Saturday, fluffy snow Sunday and bitter cold Monday.

It was warm enough Saturday that some spots like JFK actually reported record-high temperatures (61 degrees) for the date. But then the cold front came.

Parts of the region will end up reporting more than 5 inches of snow by the time all is said and done Sunday, as the storm overperformed initial expectations but had little impact (aside from slick roads).

After the snow it gets bitterly cold Monday morning, with wind chills in the very low single digits.

But then a warmup begins; by Thursday, highs look to top 60 degrees again, before another crash back into the 30s for next weekend.

Check out the latest conditions with our exclusive StormTracker 4 radar below.

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