NEW YORK CITY — Will it never end?
New Yorkers woke up to a chilly 39 degrees Monday with a cold drizzle that threatened to turn into snow by Monday night.
"For a brief period tonight after 10 p.m., there is a chance of snow mixed in with the rain," said National Weather Service's Tim Morrin.
"It will last for an hour or two, potentially until 1 a.m., with no accumulation."
Cool start to the week with a chance of rain and snow on Monday. Near-normal temperatures return on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/D9OaSTG6nu— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) April 3, 2016
The National Weather Service's freeze warning, issued last night, will remain in effect until 10 a.m. on Tuesday, followed by a slow thaw for the rest of the week.
Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to be clearer with no chance of rain, slowly warming up to a high of 59 on Thursday with showers.
Friday's temperatures will hover in the high 40s and forecasters say it will stay partly sunny but chilly through the weekend.