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  • Mild Monday

    With such a gorgeous start to the day, you’ll wonder if it’s December 1st or October 1st. The mild weather from yesterday lasts a few more hours today, with the bonus of morning sunshine. Clouds return midday today, and light rain starts around 2pm. Even though this afternoon begins mild, near 60, temperatures drop sharply this evening, bottoming out around 33 degrees overnight. Tomorrow is a different story. Cold, breezy weather begins your Tuesday, with clouds lasting into the afternoon. The air will be cold enough tomorrow at 2pm to support light snow and freezing rain mixed with ice pellets (sleet). The frozen precip lasts until around 7pm tomorrow night, when it changes back to plain rain. While not a full-fledged storm, however, overpasses, bridges and secondary roads will become slick for tomorrow evening’s rush.

    Sunshine returns on Thursday, and there’s another cool period with light rain of Friday. The weekend? Extra clouds and some showers with temperatures just above freezing.

    mike
  • Rain is expected to continue across the borough with another transition to wet snow after 6pm, as temps drop. Don’t count on the light and fluffy kind. It will be more like a wet slushy slop. The heaviest is expected until 10pm, with pockets of snow showers lasting until around midnight. As far as totals, up to a few inches is possible. Keep in mind that there will likely be fewer amounts near the shore. Brooklyn, as mentioned, will get mostly rain. There may be areas with a coating to an inch. The further north you go, the higher the totals. For instance, Riverdale could get around three inches as opposed to Throgs neck, which could get ¼ of an inch.

    Also, keep in mind that with lows dipping at or below freezing could mean an icy commute. In the wake of the storm, expect a chilly Thanksgiving. Wind chills will make it feel much colder. Highs will struggle to get out of the 30s on Black Friday.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Mostly cloudy with rain or snow showers. Winds will be NNW 15-35 MPH. The temperature will be 33 degrees.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY SPRINKLESTHURSDAY
    Mostly cloudy with a few light showers or sprinkles. Winds will be NW 10-15 MPH. The temperature will be 40 degrees.
    NIGHT PARTLY CLOUDYTHU NIGHT
    Partly cloudy. Winds will be NW 10-15 MPH. The temperature will be 28 degrees.
    MOSTLY SUNNYFRIDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 37. Lows near 26.
    SUN AND CLOUDSSATURDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 43. Lows near 35.
    SUN AND CLOUDSSUNDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 48. Lows near 37.
    PARTLY SUNNYMONDAY
    Partly sunny. Highs near 50. Lows near 35.
    MOSTLY SUNNYTUESDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 43. Lows near 30.
  • We are still on track for a messy travel day on Wednesday. A winter storm advisory will be in effect for the Bronx and Brooklyn through 1am Thursday. There are warnings in place for points north and west of the city.

    Rain is set to begin by daybreak with a transition to snow between 10am and noon. Surface temps are pretty warm so don’t expect much snow to stick at first. As temps cool, snow is expect to cover the roads. It will be a very slippery commute, so be careful. With overnight lows dropping to near freezing, anticipate icing. If you want to avoid the mess, you’re better off traveling Tuesday night or waiting until Thanksgiving. Expect a mixture of sun and clouds on Thursday with a high around 41 and a low near 27.

    Potential Snowfall totals:
    1-3 Inches BK
    2-4 Inches BX
    1-3 inches South of I-95 in CT,3-6 north of 95
    Coating – an inch LI
    1-3 Lower HV
    3-4 Upper HV (The further north = more accumulations)
    3-6 Northern NJ, 2-5 Central
    Coating – an inches South NJ

    OVERNIGHT:
    Mostly cloudy. Winds will be LIGHT AND VARIABLE. The temperature will be 38 degrees.
    WEDNESDAY
    Rain changing to sleet and then to snow. Winds will be NNE 10-20 MPH. The temperature will be 40 degrees.
    WED NIGHT
    Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers. Winds will be NNW 5-15 MPH . The temperature will be 33 degrees.
    THURSDAY
    Mostly cloudy. Highs near 41. Lows near 27.
    FRIDAY
    Partly sunny. Highs near 36. Lows near 24.
    SATURDAY
    Partly sunny. Highs near 41. Lows near 37.
    SUNDAY
    Partly sunny. Highs near 49. Lows near 37.
    MONDAY
    Partly sunny. Highs near 47. Lows near 35.
  • Winter Storm Watch

    How can it snow so much tomorrow when it’s 64 degrees today? Tomorrow’s storm is now forecast to strengthen rapidly offshore, a change from yesterday’s forecast. This means that cold air can be easily dragged into the storm, creating big snows inland. We are caught in the middle, here in the boroughs. While it starts as light rain tomorrow morning, once the cold air arrives midday beginning the changeover. The rain/snow line slowly sags from North to South beginning at 11am in North Riverdale and ending as all snow by 4pm in Canarsie. The snow continues until 10pm tomorrow night . Most of the accumulation will occur in the afternoon and evening hours in the Bronx, and just the evening hours in Brooklyn. A heavy and wet 4-5 inches is in the forecast for Northwestern neighborhoods, but anticipate only 2-3 inches of heavy, waterlogged snow along the shoreline communities.

    Because this is a Nor’easter, winds will be gusting to 35 mph most of the afternoon. The wind won’t be creating snow drifts; rather, the wind will make the snow cling to walls and windows (and only one side of your car). Best time to travel: all morning until noon. Worst time to travel: afternoon and evening.
    mike
  • Get ready for a messy travel day on Wednesday, as rain, sleet, and snow take over. The NYC Department of Sanitation has issued a snow alert for Wednesday beginning at 7am - the estimated start time for the storm. For those traveling outside of the borough, there is a winter storm watch in effect north and west of the city Wednesday through Thursday morning. As far as the Bronx and Brooklyn are concerned, expect rain to begin Wednesday morning, and may get heavy in the afternoon. As the temps cool, anticipate a transition to sleet then snow in the evening before tapering off Wednesday night.

    Right now it doesn't look like we'll get much in the way for accumulations - up to a few inches are quite possible. However, heavier totals are expected across upstate NY, PA, parts of NJ, and New England. If you plan is to hit the road, the best time to head out would be Tuesday or Thursday. If your plan is to fly, keep in mind that Wednesday's delays and cancellations may carry over into Thanksgiving. Your best bet would be to rearrange your flights accordingly.

    In the wake of the storm temps will likely drop close to the freezing mark. Roads will get slick and watch out for icing. Stay tuned for updates.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Areas of fog and drizzle. Winds will be SSW 5-15 MPH. The temperature will be 52 degrees.
    TUESDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Winds will be W 10-20 MPH. The temperature will be 57 degrees.
    TUE NIGHT
    Mostly cloudy. Winds will be WNW 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 42 degrees.
    WEDNESDAY
    Cloudy with periods of snow and rain. Highs near 41. Lows near 32.
    THURSDAY
    Morning clouds giving way to more sun. Highs near 42. Lows near 29.
    FRIDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 37. Lows near 28.
    SATURDAY
    Partly sunny. Highs near 42. Lows near 33.
    SUNDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 48. Lows near 35.
  • Warm and Windy

    After the half inch of rain that fell early this morning, sunshine returns this afternoon and highs will climb into the low 70s. Gusty winds howl up to 50mph today with a muggy, humid feel. Tonight is mild, with a cool down to only 53 tomorrow morning. Temperatures keep dropping Tuesday, under partly sunny skies. Wednesday morning starts wet with light rain at daybreak, mixing with snow and sleet throughout the late morning. Accumulations should be noticeable by the early afternoon. Likely an inch or two of slushy wet snow/sleet is on the ground by Wednesday evening. If snow changeover occurs earlier Wednesday morning, then the borough sees 2-4 inches of wet snow by Wednesday night—but as of now, even that’s worst case scenario. Travel on Thanksgiving day will be unaffected with chilly sunshine all day.

    mike
  • Weekend Warm-up!

    While this morning’s wind chills make it feel nearly as cold as two days ago, this afternoon’s abundant sunshine will help highs climb just above freezing. Tomorrow isn’t THAT warm, just a few ticks warmer than today; however, the real heat comes on Sunday and especially Monday, where highs will be 5 degrees away from record highs. Talk about a wild swing in just a few days. Even though we’ll be looking forward to a relief from the biting wind and cold, next week starts rainy. Tuesday and Wednesday lose about 10 degrees each day, respectively. This will bring Thanksgiving’s temperature down to average with lots of sun and little wind, perfect flying weather for the balloons.

    mike
  • Broken and Tied

    Record lows were set yesterday morning, but more impressively, record low maximums were tied last night as well. When the daily high temperature doesn’t climb to a certain threshold, that creates a new record low maximum. For instance, yesterday the temperature never warmed above 37 at JFK and 35 at LGA. The 132 year old record was nearly tied at Central Park; however, due to the warmer air moving in just before midnight, yesterday’s high officially reached 36. The old record was 34 set in 1882.

    This morning’s weather doesn’t feel that cold as compared to yesterday. The air temperature is 37, while the light wind only brings the wind chill down to 30. We’ll reach low 40s today with a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon. Another round of bitterly cold air brings back the harsh feel tomorrow morning. Forget about the 40s again until the weekend. Highs on Sunday and Monday warm to 52 and 62 respectively. Granted, there will be showers most of Monday. Chilly air returns for Wednesday into the holiday weekend.

    mike
  • 141 Year Old Record Low May Fall Tonight

    Tonight’s weather will be SO cold that a record low could be tied early tomorrow morning—a record that’s almost as old as the weather service itself. Daily temperature records in New York City date back to 1868. The Weather Service was founded in 1870. Tonight’s record low is 20 degrees from 1873. There’s a good chance of coming close to that low. You can already consider the LGA and JFK records shattered for tonight: their lows were set in 2008, at a balmy 28 and 27 degrees—toasty compared to 22 degrees forecast at daybreak tomorrow.

    Winds will gust to 40 mph today, making the wind chill briefly feel like the single digits at times. Most of today will feel the 20s thanks to 20mph sustained winds. We’ve already hit our afternoon high, as temperatures keep dropping throughout the day into the low 20s tonight. Check the satellite animation later this afternoon for a cool feature over the ocean, just offshore: when the cold air hits the Gulf Stream it creates a perfect outline of the Eastern Seaboard drawn in clouds over the Atlantic. The next chance for rain is Monday. Until then: sunny and cold.

    mike
  • We may have escaped the cold air on Monday, however things are about to change beginning Tuesday. Highs are slated to top out near freezing with overnight with lows dipping into the 20s. Keep in mind that wind chills will make it feel even colder. Highs are set to return into the 40s by Thursday.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Windy with scattered showers. Winds will be W 20-40 MPH. The temperature will be 30 degrees.
    TUESDAY
    Windy with a mix of sun and clouds. Winds will be W 20-40 MPH. The temperature will be 36 degrees.
    TUE NIGHT
    Clear skies. Winds will be W 15-35 MPH. The temperature will be 24 degrees.
    WEDNESDAY
    Partly sunny and breezy. Highs near 34. Lows near 30.
    THURSDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 43. Lows near 30.
    FRIDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 40. Lows near 29.
    SATURDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 42. Lows near 36.
    SUNDAY
    Sunshine followed by increasing clouds. Highs near 52. Lows near 45.
  • Soggy and Raw

    As this morning’s wake up weather hovers just above freezing, the rain will persist throughout the afternoon. Some heavier showers and even storms could move through by early afternoon today. The wet weather is over by 6pm and skies clear out by 9pm, unleashing windy and much colder air for the overnight. Temperatures keep falling tomorrow, staying within just 2 degrees of freezing, all day long. Gusty winds will make it feel like the 20s. Tomorrow night is on track to set new record lows at the airports, not Central Park, however. While the January-like cold remains into Friday, there is a little bump in temperatures for the weekend, approaching 50 by Sunday. Any moisture is deflected away from us, due to the intensity of the cold; therefore, walk on the sunny side of the street to stay warm!
    mike

  • Central Park tied a record for snowfall yesterday with a trace. Today, clouds will clear out and we're well below our normal high (54) with the forecast high is 43. We're expecting to remain sunny through Saturday. Dry for this weekend, but cold with highs only in the 40s. Sunday, clouds increase in advance of a cold front. Rain moves into the area as early as Sunday night and lasts through the day Monday. Snow is possible in the interior to the north and west of the borough. The city and coastal areas will mainly see moderate to heavy rainfall on Monday. After this front moves through, we're left with another dry, arctic air mass. Mid next week lows will drop into the 20s with highs only near 40.
    mike
  • Rain is slated to move in this evening and last through the overnight. Expect a transition to rain/snow mix as temps drop overnight. Anticipate clearing Friday morning with extremely cold temps to follow. The cold snap will last through next week, so bundle up.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Mostly cloudy with rain or snow showers. Winds will be NW 5-15 MPH. The temperature will be 36 degrees.
    SUN AM CLOUDSFRIDAY
    Morning clouds giving way to more sun. Winds will be NW 15-25 MPH. The temperature will be 45 degrees.
    NIGHT CLEARFRI NIGHT
    Clear skies. Winds will be NW 10-20 MPH. The temperature will be 32 degrees.
    SUNNY BREEZYSATURDAY
    Lots of sunshine and breezy. Highs near 44. Lows near 34.
    CLOUDYSUNDAY
    Cloudy skies. Highs near 45. Lows near 39.
    LIGHT RAINMONDAY
    Cloudy with periods of light rain. Highs near 45. Lows near 35.
    SUN AND CLOUDS WINDYTUESDAY
    Windy with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 40. Lows near 27.
    SUN AND CLOUDSWEDNESDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 40. Lows near 26.
  • Snow?

    If you're up after midnight, you MIGHT see a few flakes mixed in with tonight's light rain. While raindrops typically cool the air on the way down to the ground from the clouds (thus making surprise snow), there's not enough moisture or cold air to make tonight's few flakes stick around. The timing is off: the rain is gone before the cold air arrives. Actually, tonight's rain moves out so fast, that tomorrow will start sunny at 6:41am! Back to today--after the sunny start, the rest of today is cloudy and chilly. Highs won't crack 50. Tomorrow is sunny all day with highs in the mid 40s, while Saturday is just as pretty, but cold. Cloudy skies return on Sunday with rain on Monday. Then, the second round of even COLDER air moves in for Tuesday and the rest of next week.

    mike
  • A series of a cold fronts will arrive and knock temps down 20-30 degrees from where they’ve been the past few days. As we head into Thursday highs will struggle to get out of the 40s. The a big concern will be overnight lows eventually falling below the freezing mark. These bone chilling conditions will likely last into next week, so be sure to bundle up.

    OVERNIGHT:
    Partly cloudy. Winds will be NNW 10-15 MPH. The temperature will be 41 degrees.
    SUN PM CLOUDSTHURSDAY
    Sunshine followed by increasing clouds. Winds will be NNW 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 50 degrees.
    NIGHT RAIN SHOWERSTHU NIGHT
    Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Winds will be NNW 10-15 MPH. The temperature will be 38 degrees.
    SUN AM CLOUDSFRIDAY
    Morning clouds giving way to more sun. Highs near 45. Lows near 31.
    SUN AND CLOUDSSATURDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 46. Lows near 33.
    CLOUDYSUNDAY
    Cloudy skies. Highs near 48. Lows near 38.
    LIGHT RAINMONDAY
    Cloudy with periods of light rain. Highs near 45. Lows near 35.
    WINDY MOSTLY CLOUDYTUESDAY
    Mostly cloudy and windy. Highs near 41. Lows near 29.
  • Foggy & Soggy

    This morning feels tropical for mid November. Wake up temperatures are hovering around 60 with zero visibility in many locations. This afternoon brings back sunshine and our last mild day above 60 degrees, for at least the next 10 days. (We won't even climb above 50 for the forseeable future). This afternoon will feel wonderful! The fact about this cold shot of air isn't the intensity, rather the duration. Most nights will be below freezing, nearing record lows. Flurries are likely on Friday afternoon, but cold air could cause issues on Monday depending on where the rain goes. Ice might be an issue with temperatures around freezing on Monday, puddles forming and a hard freeze to follow into Tuesday.
    mike
  • Mild Again

    Today will feel just as mild as yesterday, without all that sun. Clouds move in this afternoon, keeping the skies somewhat opaque into the evening. Fog and drizzle roll in tonight, keeping a very mild start tomorrow morning, especially for November standards at 53. After some morning sprinkles, the sun returns tomorrow afternoon as temperatures fall sharply into the evening. Get this: tomorrow's noon temperature will be 62, but a few hours later will feel like the low 40s. Friday is the coldest day this week. Clouds develop as the cold air sweeps in for the weekend. Saturday and Sunday will be chilly with overnight lows staying below freezing. Monday is something to watch.

    mike
  • Windy Today!

    While dry, clouds will be around most of today. Chilly winds are adding to the wind chill, dropping temperatures to what feels like 40 degrees. As winds gust to 30 mph today, anticipate a typical November chill. Tomorrow brings back sunshine all day, with extra clouds on Sunday. Even though Monday and Tuesday are seasonably cool, the BIG chill comes back for Thursday, maybe meeting up with moisture by Friday. Wouldn’t that be fun! (I can’t wait to see the unauthorized social mediarology posts this weekend). Share carefully.
    mike
  • Rainy Day

    After the paltry rainfall totals for such a large swath of rain, today's weather brought the typical damp November chill back. While dry weather has prevailed this season so far, with nearly a two inch rainfall deficit, today's latest rain helps narrow the gap between drought and normal. Beyond a brief shower after sunset, tonight's weather clears out by midnight, allowing the full moon to shine. Tomorrow morning may have a pre-dawn sprinkle, but skies quickly clear and chilly winds gust to 30mph by tomorrow afternoon. Sunshine all day tomorrow and Saturday struggle to raise temperatures into the 50s. Saturday morning wind chill is 28 degrees. I'm not buying into the rain on Sunday: it won't be worse than a few extra clouds and a sprinkle. Monday and Tuesday are seasonably average before Arctic cold greets us one week from today. That will be the city's first frost.

    mike
  • Midler than Average

    It will be like somebody sprayed Sun-B-Gone across the sky today. The warm weather lasts, but the sunshine doesn't. Rain starts after midnight. Tomorrow is easily a washout. After about an inch of rain falls tomorrow, Friday starts with leftover sprinkles and a quick clearing. Gusty winds will make Friday afternoon feel chilly despite the sun. All the cold air that rushes down for Friday night brings Saturday morning's low temperature to 36--our chilliest yet. Sunday through Wednesday is seasonably cool before a big Arctic outbreak returns around Thursday, 11/13.
    mike
  • Very Mild

    Today has easily the best weather this week. More sunshine returns across the borough with a very mild afternoon. Morning lows were impressively warmer: 57 degrees at dawn. Highs reach the mid to upper 60s today with a touch more humidity, but still seasonably dry. Tomorrow is warmer still, with mostly cloudy skies throughout the day. Showers should hold off until Thursday morning--as the downpours begin Thursday afternoon. Big rains arrive after the morning rush on Thursday. Flooding may be an issue for Thursday night. Gusty winds on Friday morning bring back the November chill. Sunday night into Monday looks interesting with a potential storm developing offshore. Get used to the cold, as all next week will be well below average.

    mike
  • Chilly!

    Wind chills this morning made it feel like 31 degrees. Sunshine all day warms the temperature 8 degrees higher than yesterday. Winds will be gusty, but not as windy as yesterday. Tomorrow brings back the 60s. Wednesday will be the mildest day, with clouds. Rain returns for Wednesday night/Thursday morning. There's another shower chance on Friday. Weekend is sunny!

    mike
  • Bone Chilling Cold

    This forecast might make you shiver. There's nothing scary about tonight's weather, as spotty showers hold off until after midnight. Tomorrow is windy, raw and cold with clouds and light rain. Gusts could reach 35mph. Sunday is the coldest of them all starting at 36 with a wind chill in the 20s. Sunny skies all day may help you beat the chill. Next week turns milder with sunshine.

    mike
  • What a Close Call

    Sunday's storm is super close, but it stays just far enough away to keep skies sunny, albeit windy. Enjoy the sunshine and cooler weather today. Tomorrow is more of the same: cooler, but with extra clouds. Chilly breezes will be around for Trick-or-Treating. 6pm temperature tomorrow is 50, falling to 45 by 10pm. Winds really start to howl on Saturday afternoon with colder weather arriving Saturday night. Sunday starts in the mid-30s with wind chills in the low 20s. Gusts to 40mph. Headwinds (for most of the course) all day will make running challenging for the marathoners, and extra chilly for the spectators. Temperatures moderate by Tuesday, nearing 60, with calm weather until Wednesday.

    mike
  • Say goodbye to unseasonably mild temperatures, and have the coat and umbrella on standby. A cold front is slated to usher in chillier air.

    You’ll be saying brrrr as lows drop into the upper 40s overnight. Highs and lows won’t exactly teeth chattering, but the chill will be enough to warrant putting on the heavier jacket over the weekend. As far as Halloween, you’ll have to cover up those cute costumes with a coat as well. Highs will likely top out in the 50s, with lows in the 40s. Rain is set to move in on Saturday with a few wet flakes possible. Don’t forget to fall back this weekend,
    OVERNIGHT:
    Mostly cloudy with very light showers or sprinkles. Winds will be NW LIGHT. The temperature will be 48 degrees.
    MOSTLY SUNNYTHURSDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Winds will be NW 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 58 degrees.
    NIGHT CLEARTHU NIGHT
    Clear skies. Winds will be N LIGHT. The temperature will be 43 degrees.
    SUN PM CLOUDSFRIDAY
    Sunshine followed by increasing clouds. Highs near 55. Lows near 44.
    CLOUDY PM RAINSATURDAY
    Cloudy with rain late in the day. Highs near 47. Lows near 37.
    SUN AND CLOUDS WINDYSUNDAY
    Windy with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 46. Lows near 36.
    MOSTLY SUNNYMONDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 53. Lows near 42.
    PARTLY SUNNY BREEZYTUESDAY
    Partly sunny and breezy. Highs near 57. Lows near 41.
  • Are You Ready?

    We get one more mild day today before temperatures dive into the 30s and 40s later this week. (20s with the wind chill…brrr). Skies today will look about the same as yesterday with temperatures just as mild, until 3pm. Some light showers arrive before sunset this evening, starting our cool-down. When the clouds clear tonight, much colder weather is left for tomorrow. The 40s will greet you at the door tomorrow morning, and the full, sunny skies won't do very much to warm us up. Halloween is dry, but windy after dark with a big chill settling in for the Trick-or-Treaters. Wind chills will be in the 30s Friday night. Saturday starts wet with spotty showers and a few snowflakes mixed in. The wind; however, will gust to near 40mph, creating a wind chill in the 20s on Saturday night. Ouch. Winds are still gusty for marathon morning, but relax by mid-afternoon as temperatures warm to the low 40s. A seasonable chill returns Monday through next week. Looks storm-free too!
    mike
  • Typical October

    While 70 degrees isn't normal for late October, dramatic changes in weather over a short period of time are. That is typical of Fall as air masses duke it out. Tomorrow begins very mild and turns wet by midday as some showers begin our big cool down. Thursday is colder (average, in the 40s) and clear with sun and clouds until Friday. Halloween turns windy and cold but stays dry. Some showers are around Saturday with some snowflakes mixed in. This is also typical for late October, especially November. The wind begins to whip to 40mph late Friday night and all day Saturday. Winds finally relax for Sunday, with clearing and sunshine for the marathon, but colder in the 30s and low 40s for much of the race. Seasonably cool weather returns Monday.

    mike
  • It was just three years ago that we experienced a white Halloween (2 months after Irene). We may encounter the same fate this weekend, as snow threatens to move in Friday night into Saturday. The good news is that this snow event doesn’t appear to be as crippling as the 2011 Halloween Nor’Easter. Rather than setting up shop along the Carolina coast, this system will likely move in from the west. So, it doesn’t seem like the storm’s energy will be feeding off of the Atlantic. That said, don’t it expect heavy accumulations. Thanks to unseasonably mild temps warming the surface these next few days, we may get some wet flakes out of this snowfall. However, things could change.

    In the meantime, highs will likely top out in the upper 60s, low 70s through Wednesday before dropping below normal by the end of the week. Stay tuned for updates.
    TONIGHT:
    Clear skies. Winds will be WSW 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 52 degrees.
    MOSTLY SUNNYTUESDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Winds will be SSW 5-15 MPH. The temperature will be 70 degrees.
    NIGHT MOSTLY CLOUDYTUE NIGHT
    Mostly cloudy. Winds will be SW 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 60 degrees.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY SPRINKLESWEDNESDAY
    Mostly cloudy with a few light showers or sprinkles. Highs near 66. Lows near 48.
    MOSTLY SUNNYTHURSDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 58. Lows near 45.
    SUN PM CLOUDSFRIDAY
    Sunshine followed by increasing clouds. Highs near 56. Lows near 42.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY MIXSATURDAY
    Mostly cloudy with a mix of rain and snow. Highs near 45. Lows near 35.
    SUN AND CLOUDS WINDYSUNDAY
    Windy with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 48. Lows near 36.
  • Another Warmup

    Saturday's weather was a treat. As today's and tomorrow's weather strives for even warmer conditions, we'll watch the temperature rise each afternoon in earnest. Highs tomorrow bring back the 70s with mostly sunny skies. Wednesday begins to cool down after a passing shower midday ends our warm spell. Temps keep dropping each day, until they're finally below average on Halloween Friday. Trick or treat weather is dry, but windy and cold. Saturday is chilly and very windy with temperatures in the 40s and gusts to 40mph. Marathon Sunday starts at 37 with some breezes, but late morning and afternoon sunshine along with temperatures warming to 47 will make this year's race a little chilly for both runners and spectators.
    mike
  • Still a Storm

    This Nor'easter is strengthening rapidly and not moving away fast enough. For today, rain bands move in, combined with the 40mph gusts of wind. Winds have already clocked in at 37 mph this morning. Most of the rain is over by 6pm, but the winds will still be gusty. Clearing occurs overnight, leading to partial sunshine and a breezy, cool start to your Friday. Wake up temperatures tomorrow will be in the 40s; however, umbrellas not required. The unusual late October warmup takes highs to near 70 by the middle of next week. Starting tomorrow afternoon, there is no chance of rain until Wednesday, October 29th. Halloween looks dry and cool. Chilly weather is forecast for the NYC Marathon.
    mike
  • Rain then Wind

    Even though 1.5 inches has already fallen in flood-prone sections of the borough, tomorrow is still going to be the wetter day, plus wind. Most of the rain for today has fallen this morning: the rest of the afternoon will have light and spotty showers with very dark skies. Wind increases this afternoon. Another round of storms comes in tonight as the Nor'easter gets cranking offshore. Highest winds will occur overnight into tomorrow morning, with gusts to 45 mph. This is borderline Wind Advisory criteria. Thunder, lightning and flooding begins after midnight, and lasts through tomorrow morning's commute. Windswept rain lasts until tomorrow evening. Friday clears and dries out nicely. Temperatures are off to the races this weekend and next week as highs climb to near 70 with sunshine most days.

    mike
  • Wet Weather Begins

    Today's weather repeats about 3 more times, until Friday. The rest of this workweek will be cloudy, with showers, and a chilly breeze. Friday night finally clears out with sunshine returning for Saturday and Sunday. The weekend will be much milder, about 10 degrees above normal.

    mike
  • Wind Chill

    Our coldest start yet, some neighborhoods are waking up to 38 degrees this morning! In addition, the light breeze makes the wind chill feel like 36. The boroughs escaped the frost/freeze warnings that were posted to our North and West so pollen is still an issue this week, especially mold. Beyond the morning sunshine, thin clouds return this afternoon veiling skies in a shade of milky white. Temperatures remain in the 50s today because of this. Light sprinkles tonight follow the early, and cloudy sunset. Tomorrow begins milder than this morning, but damp, with spot showers most of tomorrow. The forecast for the rest of the week: mostly cloudy with spotty showers, highs around 60. Clearing occurs this weekend, and temperatures warm up once more (early next week), before taking a plunge into Halloween, marathon weekend.

    mike
  • Gorgeous

    If there's one thing you must do this weekend, it would be to enjoy the fantastic weather. Remember how yesterday morning was damp and drizzly with spotty showers? Subtract 10 degrees, and that raw, rainy feel will be our weather for most of next week. After a stunning Friday and Saturday ahead with highs in the 70s under mostly sunny skies, Sunday turns windy and colder, with a high of 60. It gets so chilly for Monday morning, that you might reach for the gloves: upper 30s/low40s at the bus stop, train station. Starting Tuesday, the typical weather flow stalls with clouds and showers every day until Friday of next week.

    mike
  • Cool Down Begins

    After the 1-2 inches of rain that fell early this morning and created some flooding enhanced by leaf-clogged sewer grates, the sunshine returns in patchy breaks by 10am. First, we'll get rid of the humidity. The several days of muggy air becomes drier this afternoon, making today's 71 feel closer to September, versus August. Tomorrow morning starts cool in the upper 50s, still about 10 degrees above average. The weekend gets chilly and finally brings back the October air with low 40s in the morning, and low 60s in the afternoon.

    mike
  • Warm air is slated to stick around for the remainder of the work week with highs returning to the 60s for the weekend. As far as the rain is concerned, expect pockets for showers through this evening with steady rain during the overnight. Plan for a damp morning commute with conditions improving by the afternoon.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Mostly cloudy and breezy with scattered showers. Winds will be SSE 15-25 MPH. The temperature will be 67 degrees.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY THUNDERSTORMTHURSDAY
    Mostly cloudy. Chance of a thunderstorm. Winds will be SSE 10-15 MPH. The temperature will be 74 degrees.
    NIGHT PARTLY CLOUDYTHU NIGHT
    Partly cloudy. Winds will be SE-W 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 58 degrees.
    MOSTLY SUNNYFRIDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 72. Lows near 58.
    SUN PM CLOUDSSATURDAY
    Sunshine followed by increasing clouds. Highs near 72. Lows near 54.
    SUN AND CLOUDS WINDYSUNDAY
    Windy with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 60. Lows near 43.
    MOSTLY SUNNYMONDAY
    Mostly sunny skies. Highs near 65. Lows near 46.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY SPRINKLESTUESDAY
    Mostly cloudy with a few light showers or sprinkles. Highs near 57. Lows near 41.
  • 21 Degrees

    The typical morning low for Oct 15th is 50 degrees. This morning: 71. While the humidity goes higher today, temperatures climb into the upper 70s under mostly cloudy skies. After some midday drizzle, about an inch of wind-driven rain begins falling tonight, peaking in intensity just before tomorrow morning's commute. Rain is over before noon tomorrow, with no more than 2 inches expected. There might even be some sunny breaks Thursday afternoon. Friday morning turns much cooler despite the sunshine. Weekend is breezy and chilly. That frost line dips further South down the Hudson Valley on Monday morning, coming pretty close to the boroughs.
    mike
  • Mother Nature has decided to served us with some warm temps this week. A southerly flow will continue to pump in warm, moist air through Friday with highs hitting or surpassing the 70 degree mark. Due to the unstable nature of the atmosphere, expect rain to put a damper on any outdoor plan you may have later this week. Anticipate a few early sprinkles/showers early Wednesday morning followed by another round Wednesday night. Plan for a wet Thursday with rain getting heavy at times throughout the day.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Areas of fog. Winds will be SSE 5-15 MPH. The temperature will be 65 degrees.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY HUMIDWEDNESDAY
    Mostly cloudy, warm and humid. Winds will be SSE 10-15 MPH. The temperature will be 76 degrees.
    NIGHT WINDY SHOWERSWED NIGHT
    Windy with scattered showers. Winds will be SSE 10-20 MPH. The temperature will be 66 degrees.
    RAIN WINDYTHURSDAY
    Windy with periods of rain. Highs near 72. Lows near 60.
    SUN AND CLOUDSFRIDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 70. Lows near 55.
    PARTLY SUNNY BREEZYSATURDAY
    Partly sunny and breezy. Highs near 68. Lows near 53.
    SUN AM CLOUDSSUNDAY
    Morning clouds giving way to more sun. Highs near 63. Lows near 48.
    SUN AND CLOUDSMONDAY
    A mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 62. Lows near 45.
  • Throwback to Summer!

    Today's warm-up will make that sunshine feel even nicer! Breaks in the clouds at dawn allowed for a milder kickoff to the day. Sunshine all afternoon with higher humidity creates a late August feel for Tuesday. Tomorrow is warmer (about 13 degrees above average), and muggier, but cloudy all day. As the rain expands into the area late tomorrow night, storms develop for early Thursday dropping 1-2 of rain. Clouds part for sunshine Friday, before a seasonable chill returns for a partly sunny weekend.
    mike
  • Warm and Muggy

    This week won't feel like a typical October week as humid, and rather warm weather moves in. Despite this morning's chilly start, temperatures warm to near 70 by this evening. Muggy and mild weather overnight brings back light sprinkles until early tomorrow morning. The sun shines, however, most of tomorrow with highs in the low 70s. While Wednesday is the warmest day this week, skies gradually turn cloudy with heavy rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Thunderstorms are likely, and it will be a soaker--2 inches of rain could fall. Friday brings back breaks of sun, with cooler weather. The seasonable October chill returns with mostly sunny skies for the weekend: highs will be in the low 60s.
    mike
  • It will be a wet start to the weekend as rain moves in overnight. The first few sprinkles are expected after midnight with rain tapering off by the afternoon. Try to save all outdoor plans until after 5PM. Better yet, wait until Sunday. It will be sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s.
    OVERNIGHT:
    Periods of rain, drizzle and fog. Winds will be NE 5-10 MPH. The temperature will be 52 degrees.
    SUN AM RAINSATURDAY
    Early rain followed by increasing sunshine. Winds will be NNE 10-20 MPH. The temperature will be 58 degrees.
    NIGHT PARTLY CLOUDYSAT NIGHT
    Partly cloudy. Winds will be NNE 5-15 MPH. The temperature will be 46 degrees.
    SUNNYSUNDAY
    Sunny. Highs near 64. Lows near 50.
    MOSTLY CLOUDY SPRINKLESMONDAY
    Mostly cloudy with a few light showers or sprinkles. Highs near 68. Lows near 58.
    WINDY MOSTLY CLOUDYTUESDAY
    Mostly cloudy and windy. Highs near 74. Lows near 61.
    WINDY SHOWERSWEDNESDAY
    Windy with showers likely. Highs near 66. Lows near 56.
    SHOWERS BREEZYTHURSDAY
    Breezy with showers likely. Highs near 67. Lows near 52.
  • Split Weekend

    Light showers could begin as early as sunset this evening. Rain becomes steady overnight, with up to an inch expected by noon tomorrow. Temperatures were chilly this morning and don't really warmup all weekend long. Expect the mid-60s at best. Showers end by midday Saturday, with breaks of sun for a few hours tomorrow afternoon. Sunday is dry and sunny, but cooler in the afternoon. Monday might feature a quick shower, but the steady rain returns midweek.

    mike
  • Chilly Weather Ahead

    Some rain is back in the forecast, and it arrives just in time for the weekend. Today will be pleasantly sunny, but about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. Tonight turns chilly, going down into the 40s. Tomorrow starts clear, but becomes overcast by midday. Rain begins by nightfall Friday. Steady showers last into late Saturday morning. Sunny and cool weather is back for Saturday afternoon. Sunday through Tuesday is dry and cool, with rain returning by the middle of next week.

    mike
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