Chilly Temps, Potential for Snow Flurries This Evening

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    NEW YORK - DECEMBER 20: A school crossing guard attempts to keep warm on a sidewalk December 20, 2004 in Brooklyn, New York. New York City awoke to freezing temperatures and the first snowfall of the year, with up to three inches falling in parts of Long Island and the surrounding suburbs. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    Temperatures today are hovering in the teens and we could see some flurries later this afternoon into the evening, according to Meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan.

    We'll see cloudy conditions for the rest of the day, with some scattered flurries possible as a storm cell moves in from the west. Little to no accumulation is expected.

    Expect a slight warmup over the next 24 hours, with temperatures rising to the 20s overnight and into the 30s tomorrow during the day.

    Rain and snow showers are likely tomorrow.

    Temperatures will drop again overnight Monday as the next arctic cold front moves in.

    The cold will persist through Wednesday, and we'll see a return to seasonable temperatures by the weekend, according to Meteorologist Garett Argianas.

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