New Yorkers saw a great deal of clouds over the five boroughs on Christmas Eve, but, we did manage to get a few peeks of sun in as well.  It remained on the chilly side however, as temperatures struggled to break 40 degrees.

On Christmas day, we could see a few rain or snow showers during the early-morning hours, but, skies are looking brighter for the afternoon. The only downside is that it will be turning windier, with gusts of over 40mph possible throughout the day. 

Some colder air will then settle into the area Monday night, and stay in place through the weekend. Afternoon highs will only be in the upper 20s and low 30s, so, be sure to bundle up. Conditions are looking dry for the most part, but, we could see some more snowflakes on Friday.

Christmas Records

Record High Temperature: 66 (2015)

Record LowTemperature: -1 (1980)

Record Snow: 7.0" (1909)

Record Precipitation: 1.30" (2002)