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NEW YORK (PIX11) – With a southwesterly flow for the next couple of days, temperatures will be well above normal for the next couple of days.
A cold front will stall out in the Ohio Valley this evening. While the precipitation will stay west of us, the clouds associated with it will make its way towards our area especially during Friday afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the lower 50s.
While Saturday is also mild day, it may start with some patchy fog. While there is a chance for a shower or two, but the day itself will be dry for the most part. Highs will be in the upper 50s.
Sunday may be the warmest day during this weekend. The cold front will inch closer to us and several waves of low pressure from the the south will ride along the front. For us, we may have an occasional shower from time to time. Depending on the location of the front itself along with any sunshine we get, temperatures could range anywhere from the upper 50s to perhaps 70!
We will begin to cool down on Monday with highs reaching 50 under partly skies. It will be cold by Christmas Eve with highs in the upper 30s. Christmas Day itself with be chilly with highs around 35-40 degrees.