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NEW YORK — The milder temperatures continue this week. A warm front will lift across the region Wednesday night allowing temperatures to climb further for Thursday and we could possibly hit 60. Cooler temperatures arrive by the weekend, but it will come with rain. 

After a pleasant afternoon, Tuesday night will feature a few high clouds moving in. Temperatures won’t be too cool with overnight lows in the upper 30s around the city. 

On Wednesday, clouds will gradually be on the increase. Late in the day, a warm front could bring a few some drizzle or patchy light rain. As a result of the frontal passage, temperatures climb through the 40s during the day, and rise into the lower 50s at night. 

The warm southwesterly flow will continue on Thursday. Temperatures may end up hitting 60 degrees under a partly sunny sky. A weak and dry cold front passes through late in the day, keeping temperatures in the upper 50s on Friday.

On Saturday, a storm system will cross through the region bringing periods of rain all day long. Areas well north of the city could see some snow mixed in, but for the vast majority, it will be a rain event. It will be much cooler with temperatures in the upper 40s.

Once the storm passes late Saturday night, winds will shift to the northwest and be on the increase for Sunday. Temperatures will top out in the lower 40s under partly sunny skies. Adding in the gusty winds, it will likely feel more like the upper 20s to lower 30s during the day.