The brutal Siberian Express has delivered historic cold to the tri-state area. In Central Park, the low Friday morning of 2 shattered the record of 7, which had been set back in 1950. The cold pattern has persisted for weeks, and, though temperatures will moderate a bit this weekend, the intense cold will return early next week, with no signs of spring in sight.
PIX11's Mr. G is also keeping an eye on a storm system that will begin as snow on Saturday, delivering 1 to 3 inches in the city, and more farther south. The system could turn into a treacherous ice storm late Saturday before turning into rain Sunday morning, which will bring some of the most moderate weather we've seen in a while, and even a shot at sun later in the day. Click HERE for Mr. G's forecast.