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More mild temperatures for the weekend, how long will it last?

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – A weak area of low pressure will slide just southeast of the city tonight. For the most part, we will get some clouds associated with system. There is a chance that we may get a light sprinkle or drizzle during the early morning hours. Temperatures will be on the mild side with lows in the upper 40s for the city.


High pressure will return on Saturday giving a mix of sun and clouds. With the persistent southwesterly flow, highs may reach 60 degrees. Temperatures in Long Island should stay in the lower 50s with the sea breeze in effect.


The Leonid Meteor Shower will peak out Saturday night. Unfortunately with the full moon, the brightest meteors will be seen. During the evening, clouds will increase once again, so its best to see the shower during the evening hours. Lows will be in the lower 50s.


On Sunday, a cold front approaches the Tri-State region. There could a few spotty showers in the afternoon, but the bulk of the precipitation will occur Sunday night into Monday morning. Highs will be quite warm with temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 60s.