Today was the last day of the temporary warm up with highs again in the 40s to low 50s across the area. Following scattered showers this evening, drier conditions will return for Thursday and Friday as a strong trough moves through the region, with temperatures moderately colder than average on both days. With the current pattern in place, no warm pattern is in sight for a while, with several storms expected to affect the region during this time period as well, one of them next Tuesday.
Temperatures slightly cooled down compared to Tuesday following the cold front, with drier conditions observed aside from scattered showers in parts of the area in evening. Temperatures were slightly cooler but still slightly warmer than average, peaking in the low 50s across most of the area except for eastern Long Island and interior NW areas. The warmest temperature was 53 degrees in Newark and JFK.