New Yorkers have been granted a brief respite from the wintry mix of ice and freezing rain of the past two days.
Joe Pollina, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said the dry conditions start Tuesday morning and continue through Wednesday night.
Pollina said the city will see “below normal” temperatures in the lower to middle 30s across the city.
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A snow shower is possible Wednesday night into Thursday morning, and the highest precipitation chances are expected on Thursday afternoon.
The city will dry out again Thursday night, Pollina said.