A wild swing in the weather marks the next as another in a string of weekend dramas. What’s called a “bomb cyclone” whips its tail across Roosevelt Island and the five boroughs.
New York City Weather, This Weekend
Today will be calm and mild with 50 degree weather and light winds, but fasten your seatbelts for Saturday.
Although starting with a high in the upper 40s, rain driven by high winds with gusts as high as 40 mph possible may turn to snow as temperatures drop through the day.
While Sunday will be sunny, it’ll still be windy with a high only in the mid-30s. But patience will be rewarded as, next week, multiple days return 60 degree weather across the city.
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