Extreme winds will replace snow and sleet in NYC

February 12, 2019 - 2:10 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) – The snow may have stopped, but that doesn't mean the precipitation has.

There will be rain in the city and coast areas Tuesday night, with it ending after midnight. Sleet and freezing rain will continue most of the night in northwest New Jersey, the Hudson Valley and inland Connecticut, where there is a threat of significant icing. Temperatures rising to 38 degrees in Midtown Manhattan and to 32 degrees north and west of the city.

Wednesday will be very windy with clouds breaking for some sun. Winds will gusting to 40-50 mph at times. High will be 42.

Wednesday night will be partly cloudy, brisk and cold. Low of  29 degrees.

Thursday will be partly sunny, milder, and a high of 46.

Friday will be mainly cloudy and even milder with some rain at times in the afternoon. The high is 57 degrees.

Looking ahead at Saturday, it will be chillier, and there is a chance for a little snow or rain. Highs will be in the lower 40s.