Rain arrives Sunday evening in NYC; possible snowflakes on Monday
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says Sunday’s rain will arrive by 5 p.m. in New York City.
SUNDAY - WEATHER TO WATCH PM: Mostly cloudy. Showers arrive by 5PM. Expected to be steady if not heavy between 9 p.m. and 2 a.m. with an isolated rumble of thunder. This part of the storm ends by 5 a.m. Daytime temps up to 43 and rise to 45 at night. Wind gusts of 20+ mph possible.
MONDAY: Rain ends by 5 a.m., but isolated showers are then possible by midday (maybe mixing with wet snowflakes?) but these details are limited as of now. Temps fall to 39 by midday and then down to 31 at night.
TUESDAY: Sunny start, but clouds on the increase late. Highs near 45. Lows down to 33.
WEDNESDAY - WEATHER TO WATCH PM: Rain likely by sunset. Might mix in with wet snow early, but quickly changes to rain. Heavy rain possible at night.
THURSDAY - WEATHER TO WATCH AM: Rain ends during the morning, then blustery and becoming sunny. Highs near 55 midday drop through the 40s and lows down to 30.
FRIDAY: Sunny and cold. Highs near 39. Lows near 29