Forecast: Wind, cold to linger

Temperatures are expected to remain frigid throughout the week, following a nor'easter that dumped snow and sleet across the borough.



Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday evening that limited Metro-North service and above-ground subway service was resuming.



Wednesday has a chance of more snow showers and highs in the low-30s, according to News 12 meteorologists.



Wind gusts are expected to continue to reach speeds of 35 to 40 mph overnight before weakening Wednesday, but wind chills could remain in the single digits. There will be snow and sleet combined with periods of blowing snow and wind. 



Skies will clear Wednesday night, but temperatures will not climb out of the 20s, according to meteorologists.



The rest of the week is expected to remain near or below freezing, with highs touching the mid-30s.


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