It looks like the weather is going to take New York residents on a wild rollercoaster this week.

It might be time to unpack your summer things and put them next to your spring, fall, and winter clothes because it looks like you are going to need all of them to get to the weekend.

Looking ahead to the rest of the week, we have a volatile storm system that is set to move across the state that is set to bring all four seasons to us in just seven days.

Yesterday started with some light rain then we saw a switch over to sun and clouds. Starting today, we will see some sun and the start of a warmup with highs reaching into the upper 60s and low 70s. These temperatures are well above normal for this time of year.

Of course, as soon as we see nice mid-autumn warm up the bottom is set to drop out and we will see a massive cool down across the state as we get into the weekend.

The temperatures will drop into the 50s with the lows over the weekend dropping into the 30s.

The good news is that the drop in temperatures is going to last too long. We will see a warm-up as we head into the beginning of next week.

The early winter forecast is calling for milder-than-normal temperatures across New York with the expected snowfall much less than we got last year.

So don't go and put all your summer and light clothes away just yet, at least not until early next week.

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