After a near-record high of61º on Thursday, we all had visions of spring.
However, the blustery, cloudyand cold weather on Friday afternoon is a reality smack-down and we are back to"normal."
Temperatures will remain in the 30s Friday afternoon and dropto the low 20s for a frigid start to your Saturday.
Saturday will be chillywith a high in the upper 30s, but Sunday will bring a return of the low and mid50s. Rain will arrive late afternoon or early evening Sunday and end earlyMonday.
Monday will be a mild day and Tuesday cold air returns.
Friday night andSaturday many locations from north of New York City to Maine will be paralyzedby the nor'easter/blizzard that will bring spots 30" of snow and 60 mphwind gusts.
Stick with the FOX19 weather page for the latest forecast - www.fox19.com/weather.
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