After almost spring-like conditions were prevalent across the tri-state region on Sunday and Monday, more seasonal like conditions will be in full force for Tuesday and Wednesday.
According to the National Weather Service, high temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday will only reach into the mid to high 20 degree range, with a chance of snow showers possible for the day Tuesday.
The colder conditions will not last long, as partly cloudy skies and slightly warmer temperatures will return to the forecast for Thursday and Friday with high temperatures into the high 30s and low 40s before a chance of snow returns to the forecast for this coming weekend.
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