The colder than average pattern continues across the region with no sign of falling apart anytime soon, as the area observed another day with highs in the 30s to low 40s. A storm is expected to affect the region on Monday into early Tuesday, producing snow, ice and rain across the area with accumulations expected north and west of NYC, followed by continued cold temperatures for the rest of the week.
Sunday, March 17 Observations:
Unseasonably chilly temperatures continued across the region on Sunday, with high temperatures over 10 degrees below average for parts of the area. High temperatures peaked in the mid to upper 30s west of NYC, and in the upper 30s east of NYC with New Haven, CT peaking at 40 degrees. Partly to mostly cloudy skies were generally observed with a N/NW wind gusting up to 20-25 mph for parts of the area.