By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist / Weather Producer
Good morning! What about yesterday’s wild weather ?! Strong winds, widespread hail, possible tornadoes … and the great fall of time! The mild air has long since disappeared and we are starting to get a lot colder today … in the 30s and even some 20s through the area. Take the winter coats!
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As expected, Saturday’s strong cold front has introduced the cool air and it’s here to stay for the next few days. The downside is, while today will be colder, it will be much quieter. After morning sunshine, clouds will thicken into the afternoon before our next system. Highs will be in the 40s up to about 50 degrees.
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The daylight hours remain dry. Late at night, a few heavy showers move in, with snow showers at the higher altitudes N&W. The Poconos, Catskills, and even parts of Sullivan, Ulster, and Dutchess could collect a few small accumulations … no matter, but a memorable winter is not far off.
Most of the overnight rainfall comes out early Monday morning, leaving us with a mixture of sun and clouds. That said, a few heavy rains / snow showers remain possible during the day. It’s windy and cool again with highs in the 40s.
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We will be back shortly (say that five times as fast!) To super normal temperatures during the weekend. Have a good one!