It will continue to be dreary into the afternoon hours, as a cold front and upper-level trough moves through the area. It will remain mostly cloudy with some showers off and on likely. Some of these showers may produce rain that falls moderately at times. But heavy rain is not anticipated, as much of the energy and moisture associated with the upper-level trough will be passing to the south of the region this afternoon.
Drier northwest winds, behind the cold front, will cause skies to begin clearing tonight. A cooler and drier airmass will be arriving with overnight low temperatures will be the 30s in many of inland suburbs to lower 40s over NYC, urban and coastal areas. High pressure will be in control tomorrow with plenty of sunshine and high temperatures in the middle to upper 50s. Which is seasonable for this time of year. Here are some other highlights going into this weekend:
- Temperatures will be little warmer- perhaps closer to 60 on Friday, before a cold front moves through region.
- The coldest the airmass of the season will arrive by Friday night with highs struggling to get out the 40s on Saturday
- The pattern will remain progressive with a moderating trend already beginning on Sunday.
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