New York Weather: CBS2 4/13 Evening Forecast at 6PM

CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for April 13 at 6 p.m.

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- All right, let's talk about our weather now. Vanessa is in for Lonnie, and we're going to look at some changes coming our way.

VANESSA MURDOCK: I know. It's going to be a brief interlude with the sunshine, guys. We're going to see a little sun to start off your Wednesday. But then the clouds return and the wrap to the workweek is looking messy. So enjoy the sun while it lasts. Gorgeous live shot, 64 degrees under blue skies. We have north-northwest winds at eight. What can you expect moving forward?

A beautiful evening, tomorrow pleasant again. There is, however, a chance for showers as we move into the afternoon. And then we're going to prepare for rain Thursday into Friday, and the possibility of a little bit of snow to the north. That high today was 64, tomorrow even more mild, 67. Thursday and Friday, with rain the numbers fall far.

53 and 51, but the rebound offers a beautiful rebound with seasonable temps in the low and mid-60s. Weekend looking really good, and the short-term things are looking fine as well. 30% chance of showers through the afternoon tomorrow. Thursday into Friday, it is going to rain, folks. In fact, we could get a little snow to the north.

And then Saturday and Sunday, we put a 10% chance on there. But truly, the weekend right now looking wonderful. As we look at what's happening overhead, we've got bright skies, blue skies. Overnight though, we do see a very pleasant evening giving way to more clouds by midday Wednesday.

Here we are. Afternoon, 2:30, showers developing to the west of the city. They progress to the east by evening. And then overnight Wednesday into Thursday, an area of low pressure develops off the coast, and will leave us tucked into the clouds and moisture through the day on Thursday, with lingering wet weather into Friday.

So here's how Thursday night into Friday looks. Notice how we start to see the Colder precip develop, especially north of the city. This is that possibility of snow, maybe a little bit of mixing well to the north. For the city, points east and south, anything that falls would be in the form of rain. Trend continues through Friday afternoon before skies clear in time for the weekend.

Snowfall accumulations looking-- they're not going to be impressive. This is actually the biggest numbers we've seen, say a trace to maybe 2 plus inches well north of the city. Rainfall probably a half an inch to an inch and a half for most. Tomorrow though, it's beautiful. 68 degrees.

Clouds thicken, showers develop in the afternoon. I want to take this moment to note that while many of us will see temperatures upper 60s, even low 70s inland tomorrow, for those of you on the south shore of Long Island, temperatures will be in the 50s. And that's because winds will be rolling in off the water, keeping numbers close to the coast. Much cooler there.

All right, check out your seven-day forecast. Thursday and the numbers crash, it's 53 degrees, rain. And then Friday, 51 with lingering wet weather and that chance for some minor accumulating snow well to the north. Weekend a beautiful rebound, 62. Mostly sunny Saturday, more clouds.

63 on Sunday with a minimal chance for a shower. Monday a better bet for some late rain showers to fall into play, and 64. A little cooler Tuesday, 59 with mostly cloudy skies back over to you now, Christina and Maurice.

- All right. Thanks, Vanessa.