After a night of snow yesterday that was to leave little to no accumulation, temperatures Sunday will be in the lower to mid-40s - slightly below seasonal average, according to the National Weather Service.
The low-pressure system off the Carolina coast tracked north, passing about 300 miles off Montauk Point.
Sunday, there should be little to no snow left on the ground, according to Phil Bachmann of the weather service's station in Upton.
"It should clear up pretty nicely," he said. Snow was not to accumulate because the temperatures were to be too warm, Bachmann said.
Still, there was a good chance of 1 to 3 inches of snow across the Hudson Valley and interior Connecticut.