Bands of snow will give way to some of the coldest weather the Hudson Valley has had to deal with this winter heading into Valentine's Day on Sunday.
High temperatures will be in the 30s through Thursday and Friday before struggling to reach the 20s on Saturday and Sunday during the day with overnight temperatures hovering around the zero-degree mark.
Northwest winds could produce wind chills as lows as between 15 and 20 degrees below zero at daybreak Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
There is a chance of snow on Monday and a mixed bag of precipitation -- with rain, snow and freezing rain -- likely Tuesday.
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