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New York Weather: CBS2 3/10 Evening Forecast at 6PM

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CBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 10 at 6 p.m.

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DANA TYLER: OK, the weather is beautiful and going to get even warmer tomorrow. Let's get right to Lonnie Quinn for details. Lonnie.

LONNIE QUINN: You're right, Dana. Tomorrow is going to be a winner of a day. Now right now, outside, you can kind of see it's not bona fide fog, but it's starting to set up a little bit. Fog is making its way into the area. 47 degrees right now. And by the morning hours, this is 5:30 AM, you early risers. I mean, some folks could be down to a tenth of a mile or less in terms of your visibility. So may want to just think about that. You may need to have a little bit of extra time for your drive, early morning drivers.

And then if you look at the high temperatures today, it tells the story of our winds. Winds were coming in off the water, so the farther you went to the west, the warmer the temperatures got. Watch this. Take a walk with me. From the Hamptons, 46, to Islip, at 49, to Central Park, at 54, to Bridgewater, New Jersey, 61 degrees. 62 for Trenton. Well, it's not an easterly wind tomorrow. That wind is going to be shifting. And those temperatures are going to have a little change.

So here's what you'd be planning on. The fog that I was showing you trying to set up right now, will continue to try to set up. And sort of rolls in overnight. There's a 30 degree swing, and I'm talking an increase, in eight hours. So you could be 40 degrees at 7:00 AM. You could be 70 degrees by about 3:00 PM. And if you get to 73, that would tie a record. You're going to be close to some record warmth out there. And then cold enough, possibly, for a snowflake or a snow flurry well north and west late Friday night as the front finishes up with our area.

I'll show you how everything works out. For your day tomorrow, I'm going to go 69. It's a taste of May. You're 10, 15 degrees milder tomorrow than you were today. Now today, a lot of sunshine. High pressure gives you sinking air. Sinking air means sunny skies are made. It was a beautiful looking day. That sea breeze a little bit cooler than we were yesterday. But come on, 54 degrees in Central Park is still six degrees above the average. Tomorrow, it's a high pressure system down to our south that moves in and tugs in the milder air with it. It's a southwest flow. Again, right around 70 degrees. And then this front is going to make its way through late Friday.

So Friday, you're still mild enough. Maybe Friday morning, you catch a couple of rain-- leading raindrops. Not a lot of rain, gang. Not a lot of rain at all. The bigger story will be the colder air on the backside of it as that drops on into the area. And again, late Friday night maybe north and west, you could spot a snowflake out there because it is going to be colder. And we'll be colder for the weekend. Right now, the weekend look like this. 49 for Saturday, 50 for Sunday. And actually 49 is about back to normal.

The clock here, spinning. Remember, you go to bed Saturday night because 2:00 AM Sunday morning, you got to make sure that clock has sprung forward. So you lose the hour of sleep, but the sun sets later in the day. I think it's a pretty decent trade off. So 69 Thursday, 65 Friday, and then 49 and 50 for Saturday and Sunday. And then basically, lower 40s to around 50s as you push to midweek next week. Overall, it's pretty dry pattern, Dana. And I don't see a lot of rain out there. It's all yours.

DANA TYLER: Good. And you don't see snow either. Because that's happened before.

LONNIE QUINN: May 7th that's happened, yeah.

DANA TYLER: Oh, dear. Thanks, Lonnie.