Let it snow.
Thursday brought in the cold and unexpected flakes to New York City.
The brief flurries didn’t last, but the freezing temperatures are expected to continue through Friday, with wind chill values between zero and 10,according to the National Weather Service. The high that day will only reach 28.
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Snow will return overnight, after 1 a.m., with up to 2 inches possible. But by 9 a.m., it will turn to rain and temperatures will be much higher, with a high of 48.
The warm up will continue through Sunday with a high of 54. Expect mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-30s to low 40s through at least mid-week.
Until the warm up, the city’s Office of Emergency Management has issued aCode Blue Weather Emergency. During that time, shelters, drop-in centers, safe havens and heating stations will be available, and no one seeking shelter will be denied.
Snow York City. ❄️ pic.twitter.com/w8N75Z4x1o— Mayoral Photo Office (@NYCMayoralPhoto) December 15, 2016