Brrr, the morning breeze has brought on a bit of wind chill this morning. The low in Central Park was 39 but the wind pushed the apparent temperature down near freezing. Gusty northwest winds will bring plenty of cold air to the area today keeping the high to a brisk 50 degrees. If today's parade isn't enough to satisfy your Yankees fervor, consider what their World Series victory means for this winter's snowfall.

High pressure is in place, bringing mostly clear skies to the city this weekend. Yes, there should be plenty of sun Saturday and Sunday for the first time in many, many weeks. Tomorrow starts on a chilly note but should warm to the mid 50s by late afternoon. Sunday looks even better with the high reaching at least the lower 60s.

High pressure continues to dominate the weather through Monday, which again looks to be warm. The next significant weather maker won't arrive until Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.