By Trevor Kapp
MANHATTAN — Bundle up!
The cold streak sweeping through the city is expected to continue through Monday, with the temperature slated to reach just 35 degrees, according to AccuWeather.
The low of 21 degrees is expected to hit around 10 a.m.
New Yorkers can anticipate frigid temperatures all week, with the five-day high reaching just 45 degrees, according to The Weather Channel.
Worse still, heavy rains are expected to drench the city on Tuesday.
The freezing forecast for the week comes after a brutal weekend. On Sunday, the high temperature only reached 25 degrees, and sank to as low as 18 degrees.
The Jan. 16 record high in the city is 59 degrees, set in 1995. The low for the date is 1 degree, set in 1994, according to NBC New York.
The break in the chilling temperatures isn’t expected until Sunday, when the high inch up to 50 degrees, according to The Weather Channel.