New Yorkers should stay bundled up as December creeps in with cold and wet weather.

The scarves and gloves were out on Monday morning as the temperatures were expected peak at 45 degrees and winds hit between 7 and 10 m.p.h. throughout the day.

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By Tuesday, however, New Yorkers will have to stay both warm and dry as rain is expected to hit as the temperatures should reach high of about 52 degrees.

The wet weather should persist through Tuesday night and well into Wednesday, which might see unseasonably warm weather: meteorologists predict a high of near 59 degrees.

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The rain should give way to sunny skies by Thursday, which will likely come with another temperature drop to a high of 51 degrees, though the evening temperatures might drop even further to 37 degrees.

Friday will look much the same, although the weekend should stay pretty cool with a high of 48 degrees by Saturday.