NEW YORK (WABC) — Sunny skies but a cold start to the weekend with temperatures barely reaching the freezing mark on Saturday.

The cold blast follows the first significant winter storm of the season brought several inches of snow across the Tri-State area.

Central Park measured 5.5 inches of snow while 6 to 9 inches fell across Queens and Long Island. With close to a foot of snow, New Haven, Connecticut had some of the highest totals.

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The weekend gets off to a sunny, but cold start.

Begins bitter. High 32.


Shower, possibly icy N&W. High 40.

Blustery and a flurry. High 33.

AccuWeather Alert: Frigid feel. High 21.

Stays cold. High 28.

Not as harsh. High 39.

Increasing clouds. High 40.

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