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Spring has officially arrived, and the weather is looking beautiful in New York City.

CBS2’s Elise Finch has the latest First Alert Weather forecast.

Today will be a sunny and mild day, with temperatures expected to reach a high of 62 degrees in the city.

While there will be a lot of mild days heading our way this week, not all of them will be sunny.

As of now, it’s cold outside, with temperatures in the 20s in some areas such as Montgomery and Newtown, Connecticut, while it’s 42 degrees in Central Park.

However, much milder air is expected to work its way in this afternoon, so it’s advised to grab a real coat before heading out the door.

It’s also important to note that it’s springtime, so tree pollen is moderate, while grass, ragweed, and weeds are low.

However, mold is moderate, so if you suffer from allergies, keep that in mind.

Today is expected to be mostly clear during the daylight hours and even tonight.

However, late tonight, clouds will move in, which is indicative of what’s coming our way for tomorrow.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy, and while there’s a small chance of showers, most of us will stay dry.

Thursday will bring both clouds and rain, with rain pushing through in the afternoon.

Friday will have more clouds, with a chance of more wet weather.

Initially, Saturday looked like it could bring snow to some northern suburbs, but now it’s pushing farther north and will probably be more like rain with just a little bit of wet snow for some northernmost suburbs.

Primarily, Saturday will be a rain event.

Sunday looks like the better of the two weekend days.

Over the next few days, most of us can expect around a half-inch of rain, but places like New Brunswick, Belmar, or Toms River could pick up an inch of rain from Thursday, Friday into Saturday.

So, today will be the pick of the week with sunny skies and mild temperatures, but make sure to keep an eye on the weather for the rest of the week.

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