After a very brief cold snap over the weekend, temperatures in New York City have returned to the above average levels that have dominated most of this winter season.
The temperature in Central Park soared to an unseasonably warm 59°F on Tuesday. While that is 14°F above normal, it was the relatively balmy overnight low that hit record territory. According to the NWS, the temperature only cooled off to 49°F, which tied the maximum minimum record for the date set in 1991.
The normal low temperature in the Big Apple at this time of year is 32°F.