Daytime temperatures will likely hover in the high 20s and low 30s all
week, with nighttime lows in the teens and single digits.
"Unfortunately for anyone weary of the winter of 2013-14, cold air that will rival early January is getting set to turn our moisture laden snowpack into a frozen tundra with more opportunities to replace any of the snow pack lost over the previous days," reads a recent post by Hudson Valley Weather (HVW). "...This may bring record cold temps into the region by next weekend into early next week, and will be a rude awakening for everyone taking in the upper 40′s and low 50′s we saw on Saturday."
Whether Wednesday's snow will be mild, moderate or heavy is still up in the air, according to HVW. Any snow early Monday will likely be light.
Monday, Thursday and Friday look at least partly sunny, while Tuesday and Wednesday will be cloudy, the NWS said.