New Yorkers once again woke up to freezing temperatures and blustery winds Thursday morning, but tomorrow they’ll need to deal with a new winter weather headache.
Snow is expected to hit the tri-state area Friday afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service. Accumulations, however, will only be around one to two inches.
After the snow stops, the chilly weather will continue into the weekend. Highs will slowly start to creep into the thirties beginning tomorrow, with lows in the twenties. On Monday temperatures will finally return to normal January averages and above, with highs in the upper thirties Monday and mid-forties on Tuesday.