A coastal storm brought the first snowflakes of the season to the five boroughs on Saturday, and afternoon temperatures were below-normal for just the second time this month. Snow totals were on the low side for most locations, and the winds weren't much of a factor. Snow accumulation was seen mostly on grassy surfaces, cars, and rooftops, while sidewalks and streets were mostly wet and/or slushy.
Skies are expected to gradually clear-out overnight tonight and into Sunday morning, but, it will remain quite cold and the winds will increase a bit. Winds of 15 to 20mph are possible at times on Sunday, and it will feel like the 20s out there so be sure to bundle-up. Look for the winds to decrease on Monday.
Another round of wintry weather is possible on Tuesday, but, little if any accumulation is expected.