After last week’s deep freeze, warmup on the way for Super Bowl

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PIX11 WEATHER CENTER — Monday will feature some of the mildest air that we have experienced in a while for the tri-state area.

Temperatures will be in the low to mid 40s for New York City and portions of Long Island and New Jersey Monday.  A fast moving Alberta Clipper will bring scattered snow showers to portions of the area. Little or no accumulation is expected with this system as it passes through the area.


The big change that is in store for our region is another shot of arctic air which will move in overnight Monday.  Temperatures will fall through the 20s and into the teens, with some single digit readings early Tuesday morning. Gusty winds will make it feel like 0 to 10 below in many places Tuesday. We will continue in the deep freeze for much of the week as temperatures will stay in the 20s.


As we get close to the weekend, temperatures will gradually turn milder with highs getting into the mid 30s by Friday.    storm system will move through the area on Saturday and will bring the chance of rain and snow for our region.


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