New York Shivers Its Way to Record Cold Temperatures Sunday

  • Central Park's 100-year-old record fell as the city awoke
  • NYC readings will rise 50 degrees by Tuesday as chill fades

A lake freezes over in Central Park on Feb. 13.

Photographer: Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images

The record cold gripping New York City has probably peaked along the East Coast and will start to retreat amid snow, sleet and rain on Monday and Tuesday, when temperatures rise by more than 50 degrees, according to the U.S. Weather Prediction Center.

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