Weather models continue to show a strong Nor'Easter in the region on Monday. The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for late Sunday Night through Monday Night. Sustained winds could average around 40mph, and gusts could peak around 60mph. In addition, a Coastal Flood Advisory was issued for Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. We'll continue to track this storm carefully as we move through the weekend.
It's January, when most New Yorkers expect to be shivering with single digit temperatures and bracing for the next snow storm, however the weather pattern for the next several days doesn't show many signs of winter. We'll be seeing temperatures that will be about 10 degrees above average. Winter lover's shouldn't give up on the season yet. February will be here soon and on average it's the snowiest month of the year in the city.
Monday. Rain. Very Windy. High: 42
Tuesday: Early Showers. High: 45
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