With fall in New York City being a notoriously short season, winter is just around the corner. The last one was pretty mild, so we could be in for a lot of snow and cold temperatures this year.
So what are you gonna do about it? Hopefully make the best of what's happening this weekend. Behold, courtesy of the National Weather Service:
Friday: We could be in for torrents of rain today, with accumulation of up to two inches. So watch those storm gutters. It'll be warm, though, with a high in the low 70's.
Saturday: Sunny and breezy all day with a high around 69 degrees, clear and a little chillier overnight, still a bit windy.
Sunday: Sunny again with a high in the mid 60's, moving into a slightly chillier but calm evening.
Pretty solid, right? Let's hope that pans out.