RAINS MOVING AWAY TO THE NORTHEAST WEATHER IMPROVES TODAY
SUNSHINE OVER THE WEEKEND
Overnight a wave moved through with some moderate to heavy rain and the rain is now moving away to the northeast. From here forward we are looking at leftover clouds for the rest of the day and this afternoon we could see enough dry air coming in that some brightening of skies or even some breaks of sun are possible. Temperatures will be in 60s to near 70 for highs. This is going to be the last weather system of substance for awhile as the pattern turns dry through the weekend and into next week.
Regional and local radars all show the rain now moving out of Southern New England and Long Island. A few back edge showers linger this morning but the steady rain is over with.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Skies clear out tonight and we will cool off into the 50s. The weekend looks very good with a cool high building in .Saturday we will see sunshine with highs in the low to mid 70s. Saturday night into Sunday morning will be quite cool with most lows in the 40s inland and 50 to 55 near the coast.
Sunday looks nice and sunny with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Overall it is nice dry weekend for the last weekend of September.
Next week looks uneventful at east at the start. Typically this is a dry nice time of year. Monday will be nice and sunny with highs in the 70s. Tuesday sees a cold front approaching but the front is weak. While there could be a passing shower Tuesday night as the front goes by that should be it. The front falls completely apart so Wednesday and Thursday look good with sunshine and highs in the 70s. No big storms or even small ones are on the horizon.
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