The city is in store for a wild weather ride over the next two days.

The forecast calls for near-record high temperatures on Wednesday, but it also calls for significant snowfall on Thursday.

The high temperature for Wednesday is forecast to be 65 degrees. The record high temperature for Central Park on February 8 is 61 degrees, so that record is in risk of being broken.

But things will take a dramatic turn in the overnight hours Thursday, as a coastal storm will form and draw cold air from the north.

A mix of rain and snow will hit the city in the hours before dawn, but it is expected to eventually turn to all snow and impact the morning rush.

The snow is expected to continue through mid-afternoon Thursday.

Approximately 6 to 10 inches is forecast for the five boroughs, with the highest totals hitting the northern parts of the city.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for all five boroughs for Thursday.

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