We’ve lost ten degrees since yesterday, thanks to the cold front that passed through the area last night. Afternoon temperatures, under partly cloudy skies, are about ten degrees below normal – topping out later today a few degrees either side of 70. We also have a brisk northerly wind that is making it feel even colder.
Skies will be clear tonight, but it’s going to be a little chilly. Expect an autumn-like morning in the low to mid 40s East River.
Tomorrow the winds will pick up out of the south, strong at times. But the wind, combined with abundant sunshine, will warm us back up to normal: mid 70s East River and low 80s West.
We’ll have a very slight chance of a morning show on Saturday, but the rest of Saturday is looking like a nice summer day. Highs will approach 80 degrees. But later in the day Saturday, the warmth and humidity will help fuel thunderstorms. Severe storms are possible, and so is heavy rainfall.
Current timing pushes that front through the area Sunday morning, meaning that Sunday afternoon should be pleasant – in the low to mid 70s.