After a week of snow, rain and bitter cold, parts of the tri-state set new records for warmth Thursday.  Central Park hit 65 degrees at 1:43 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, breaking the previous record of 64 degrees for Jan. 12 set more than a century ago in 1890. LaGuardia and Newark shattered their 1975 records of 60 and 61 degrees, respectively,

with the mercury climbing to 67 and 66 degrees at the airports by early afternoon. Record warmth was also recorded at John F. Kennedy Airport. Light showers are likely in the Tri-State throughout the evening, but will taper off early. Skies will clear after midnight. READ MORE