Less than a month before winter officially kicks off, New Yorkers can expect the weather to say dry but cool through Thanksgiving.

The unseasonably warm days of the last few weeks dissipated by Monday morning as it kicks off week expected to stay at or below 60 degrees, spending more time closer to 50s according to the National Weather Service.

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New Yorkers bundled up for a high of 44 degrees on Monday morning and will need do so again come Tuesday, when the mercury should stay below 50 degrees throughout the day.

Tuesday in particular might be chillier than most other days of the week, when the windchill should bring early temps to around 30 degrees. Winds die down by Wednesday, which could see a high of 50 degrees.

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Things warm up a little come Thanksgiving Day on Thursday and the following day, with mostly sunny skies on both days and an expected high of 60 degrees on Friday.

The weekend might get a little wet, however, with a clouds and chance of rain come Saturday.

Any rain should clear up before the week's end, with meteorologists predicting a mostly sunny albeit cool Sunday with highs returning to 46 degrees.