3 Dec 2013 05:05 PM EST
-by Trista McKenzie, Contributing Writer; Image: Yet again, rain is not on the radar during this uncharacteristically warm December day. (Image Source: NOAA)
Tuesday afternoon has been a warm one yet again for New York City, with an overall high today of 55 degrees under sunny skies.
Currently, the temperature is still pleasant at 52 degrees under fair skies, with winds from the west-southwest at 7 mph. This evening will be mostly clear with temperatures slowly falling to near 42 degrees, with light and variable winds. Overnight, expect a low of 35 degrees with a few passing clouds and no rain on the forecast.
Wednesday will see a mxi of clouds and sun that will eventually give way to mostly cloudy skies, but the temperatures will still be warmer, with a high of 52 degrees. There is a 20 percent chance of rain throughout the day, and overnight, that chance rises to 30 percent. For Wednesday night, expect cloudy skies with a few showers and a low of 36 degrees.
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