The deep freeze that has gripped the tristate area for nearly two weeks will finally loosen -- at least temporarily.
The weather pattern change will come after a bone-chilling Sunday in which residents in some parts of the area north of I-84 woke up to temperatures as low as 20 degrees below zero and a Monday in which some snow is now likely.
Sunday will be mostly sunny with diminishing winds, a high temperature in the mid-teen range and overnight lows expected to stay in the teens.
The temperature will reach a high at or around the freezing mark on Monday, but clouds will increase and a bit of snow is predicted for the late afternoon and early evening, making untreated surfaces slippery. Little accumulation is expected.
Then comes the warmup with Tuesday's high reaching the upper 30s under partly sunny skies, followed by mostly sunny skies Wednesday with a high in the mid 30s and increasing clouds Thursday, but with a high temperature making it all the way into the low 40s.
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