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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Temperatures are below average for the remainder of the week.

The mild weather made an exit in the Tristate region and snow moved in late Tuesday into Wednesday. Scattered showers, heavier rain, thunderstorms, and strong winds made a return. 

Heavy, wet snow was reported from the Hudson Valley, northern New Jersey and New York City. The snow was not expected to accumulate for very long.

The high on Wednesday is expected to reach the upper 40s with highs in the 50s for the next few days.

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