What to know
- It's dull outside with the Friday morning commute; We'll dry out by midday, but clouds will linger into Saturday
- Sunday brings back wind and rain, which will turn to snow Sunday night, through Monday morning in areas north and west of the city; Coastal areas of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut will receive rain
- Once that system clears, it feels more springy with temps in the 40s; February begins with normal temperatures
Snow lovers may be disappointed with the weather this weekend. A storm that looks like it will start as rain before turning to snow now appears to bring rain to much of the NYC metro area.
A change in the forecast could lead to rain instead of snow for city dwellers early next week due to a warming trend.
After a few days of lulls the next storm moves in very quickly. Rain is expected early Sunday, with rain and gusty winds expected through the evening. The Hudson Valley and northern Connecticut are likely to see some change to snow Sunday night, while that warm air brings rain to everyone else.
Rain or snow this weekend?
New York City earlier this month recorded its first one-inch snowfall in Central Park in nearly two full years. The New York City area has less than its usual snowfall this time of year.
Temperatures are expected to drop back into the 30s on Monday and remain so until at least the middle of next week.
View a 10-day forecast overview and track approaching systems using our interactive radar below.