The weather experts have given their verdict: it was 65 degrees Fahrenheit this fair Tuesday afternoon in the city, according to the National Weather Service. This is the warmest day in the city since the beginning of the year, and although spring has not yet officially begun, the sunshine was surely welcomed by those who opted out of puffy down jackets.
But this weather won’t last. Snow storms will hit most of upstate New York Wednesday morning.
The city will also get its share of bad weather with a 30 percent chance of showers after 5 a.m. At that point the temperature will drop to 44 degrees.
On Wednesday night and on Thursday New Yorkers should expect a mix of snow and rain. For updates, check the National Weather Service.