Coldest Air of the Year Settles in to Kick Off Weekend, But Warmth Is on the Way

Saturday morning was the coldest morning of the year so far, with the temperature dipping to 14 degrees, Storm Team 4's Raphael Miranda said

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What to Know

  • After weeks of mild yet wet weather to start the year, the first cold blast of 2020 has moved into the tri-state
  • Saturday morning was the coldest morning of the year so far, with the temperature dipping to 14 degrees, Storm Team 4's Raphael Miranda said
  • After barely getting above freezing Saturday, the region will thaw out a bit on Sunday and Monday as temperatures near 50 degrees

After weeks of mild yet wet weather to start the year, the first cold blast of 2020 has moved into the tri-state.

Saturday morning was the coldest morning of the year so far, with the temperature dipping to 14 degrees, Storm Team 4's Raphael Miranda said.

The sun will break through for almost the entirety of the day, however, bringing temperatures up to the low 30s.

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The region will thaw out a bit on Sunday, as temperatures once again climb back up into the mid 40s — which is actually above average for February. And following a third straight night featuring freezing temperatures, it may get slightly warmer on Monday as well, with a high of 46 degrees expected.

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The early part of next week looks promising for the most part, but some rain showers are possible on Tuesday — sandwiched by partly cloudy days with more unseasonably warm temperatures.

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