Listen: Carl Babinski, Kirby Inskeep And Accuweather discussed on 24 Hour News
"Four day forecast. Meteorologist Carl babinski with this live report. Lane on this Monday morning. We're currently twenty nine with a fair sky. The wind is still making it feel like it's closer to twenty. Now that certainly was a gusty wind yesterday which will not be as intense today, but it will be colder with plenty of sun early on expect a high in the mid thirty s clouds will roll in fairly late in the day tonight, cloudy and a bit of rain is expected in the city. Well, after midnight, as you may expect to and is often the case this time of year, there will be something other than just playing rain in some northern and western suburbs. That'd be an icy mix with some freezing rain, sleet, possibly even some wet snowflakes overnight thirty-three in mid town in the upper twenties in those colder suburbs are slick spots are possible tomorrow any rain in the morning, we'll wrap up early in the afternoon. Our high will be near fifty then it'll turn progressively colder. No higher than the mid forty s Wednesday with strong wind gust returning just like we had yesterday and Thursday. It'll be in the thirties twenty nine and fair right now. Humidity forty-one percent to win northwest thirteen miles per hour. Fair twenty nine we're headed down to twenty five in midtown. All maquis weather. Meteorologist Kirby Inskeep. New York's weather station ten ten wins. Accuweather sponsored by law offices of Sam D, Flatt disability attorney."