Mostly sunny, breezy New Year's day for the New York City metro area

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says the New York City metropolitan area will see a mostly sunny and breezy New Year's Day. 
WHAT'S NEW: On-and-off showers taper off by 3 a.m. Temperatures remain steady between 50 and 53, likely a top 5 warmest ball drop.
WHAT'S NEXT: Turning sunny and breezy. Still mild, highs near 60, shy of the record (62). Lows down to 43.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and tranquil. Highs near 54. Lows down to 45.
TUESDAY: Increasing clouds and milder. Highs up to 61. Lows down to 55 with a few passing sprinkles possible.
WEDNESDAY - WEATHER TO WATCH: Sun and clouds with a chance of rain or maybe even a thunderstorm late. Highs skyrocket to 67 (which would beat the previous record of 66 from 1950). Lows down to 50.
THURSDAY: Morning showers may linger, otherwise partly cloudy, breezy and colder. Highs near 53 then drop into the 30s by night.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy and colder. Highs near 42. Lows down to 27.