The Big Apple is taking a ride on a two-day weather roller coaster, the NY POST reports.
Temperatures are forecast to hit a record-breaking 65 degrees early today — and then plummet to freezing by the end of the day as a major storm system brings four to eight inches of snow. The thermometer today is expected to eclipse the record of 61 degrees for the date, set back in 1965.
But soon after the 52-year mark is smashed, temperatures are expected to plummet some 30 as darkness comes tonight. By then, it will be cold enough for a heavy blanket of wet snow. The storm will eventually transition to fluffier flakes by Thursday, with snow forecast through the afternoon and frigid temperatures falling into the teens overnight Thursday into Friday before moving up to a high of 28. Read more at the NY POST.