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The storm system that gave some rain on Tuesday has moved well out to sea. However, some low level moisture has lingered across the region keeping the clouds around and at times, some patchy drizzle across the region.

Eventually high pressure will win out allowing the clouds to part heading into Thursday. A weakening warm front lifts across the region late on Friday bringing back showers in the forecast.

Skies will remain cloudy for much of Wednesday night, with perhaps a sprinkle or two possible. The best chance for any drizzle or so will be across eastern Long Island. Temperatures will drop into the 30s for most of the region.

High pressure rolls in allowing the clouds will clear out Thursday morning.

Under mostly skies in the afternoon, temperatures will climb back to around 50.

Friday starts out mostly sunny however a warm front will begin to lift northward bringing back clouds and eventually some showers late in the day and into the evening.

Southeasterly winds will keep temperatures briefly in the 40s before it climbs back into the lower 50s for Saturday.

The next storm system comes in Sunday afternoon and sticks around for Monday.

The rain will be heavy at times and winds could be gusty at times making it a really nasty start of the work week.

Eventually the rain should taper off by Tuesday morning.