A high pressure system off to our west gave the five boroughs bright sunshine on Saturday, but, some colder air settled into the area as well and dropped temperatures back to more seasonable levels. In addition, an exiting storm system left behind some brisk winds, and gusts in excess of 35mph were seen in parts of the area.

We'll see more sunshine on Sunday and it will be less windy, however, clouds are expected to increase later in the day as another storm system approaches the area. Conditions should stay on the dry side throughout the day, but, some areas could see a dusting of snow Sunday night.

Looking ahead, we'll have mostly cloudy skies and light winds on Monday with a high of 38 degrees. Our next storm system will then make its way into the region Monday night. A mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain is likely through Tuesday evening, and winds will increase as well. Highs will be in the mid 30s. Brighter skies will be seen on Wednesday and Thursday, but, conditions will remain seasonably cold. Temperatures will be in the low-to-mid 40s.