wxch_recordsnows.jpgA chilly and sunny morning will give way to clouds and snow this evening. As the clouds move in today's high should creep up to the freezing mark. Snow will likely start late this evening as an Alberta Clipper moves over the eastern Great Lakes. Only 1-2 inches of snow are expected and it wouldn't surprise Gothamist if the southern and eastern reaches of the city received only a dusting. If you're in the mood for serious snow head upstate where portions of Ulster and Dutchess Counties should get 6-10 inches.

The storm system is going to pull warmer air northward through the night. The snow will change to rain soon after March arrives. Skies should clear up through the day tomorrow but it will be breezy. Expect Saturday's high to be in the low-40s. Sunday should be a couple degrees warmer than Saturday.

March continues it's lamblike entrance on Monday. It looks like next week will start with a sunny, 50-degree day. The next chance of rain is Tuesday or Wednesday.

Depressing map of Record seasonal snowfalls from Weather.com.