Calm, cold and windy weekend for New York City with sunny skies

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says the last weekend of fall features a chilly breeze and sunshine.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and cold. Lows down to 30. Feels like 24-26 with occasional 15-20 mph gusts.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and chilly. Highs near 38. Lows down to 31.
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and remaining chilly. Highs on either side of 40. Lows down to near 30.
THURSDAY: Snow, mix and rain likely by the evening. How much snow before rain is still to be determined. Turning much warmer and windier at night. Tempertures near 35 during the day rise through the 40s at night. Heavy rain is likely then with gusts of 30+ mph.
FRIDAY: Potential to be a major impact rain and windstorm. Highs surge to near 60. Winds likely gusting well above 30-40+ mph. Then a flash freeze possible as tempertures crash Friday night back to the 20s.
NEXT WEEKEND - CHRISTMAS: Coldest air of the season so far likely. Highs in the 20s, lows in the teens. Feels like single digits.