NEW YORK (PIX11) — Central Park’s six-day streak of above-normal high temperatures came to an end on Easter Sunday as some chilly Canadian air overspread the region. Central Park clocked-in with an afternoon high of just 51 degrees, making it the coldest Easter since 2009 (49 degrees). In addition, parts of the Jersey suburbs and Hudson Valley did not get out of the 40s, and wind gusts in excess of 35 mph made it feel even colder.

Looking ahead, tomorrow we will start out on the sunny side, but clouds will increase later in the day as two storm systems approach the five boroughs. A low pressure system moving in from the Great Lakes and a coastal storm riding up the eastern seaboard will combine forces and give us a good soaking late Monday into Tuesday morning. One to two inches of rain is likely throughout the entire region. Those of you heading out to the Mets game (7:10 PM) should be on alert for a possible delay or even cancellation as the wet weather is expected to move in around game time.

The second half of the week is looking more spring-like as temperatures warm back into mid 60s to near 70 degrees. Another round of showers are possible Thursday morning, but the rest of the day is looking dry.