A great fall weekend coming to an end with another very cool night ahead.
You can expect lows of 50 to 55 degrees in the New York City and the boroughs. Temperatures will likely drop down into the 40s in the suberbs.
Some distant northern suburbs, especially north of I-84 in the Hudson Valley may see temperatures dip into the 30s.
The first Frost Advisory of the season has been issued for Sullivan, Ulster, Dutchess and Litchfield counties.
Monday will also be nice with highs near 70 but clouds will start to increase ahead of the next weather system.
It looks like some wet weather will move in Monday night and continue into part of Tuesday.
It will begin to dry out and brighten up in the western suburbs first during Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday looks okay but the rest of the week will be determined by how much moisture lingers to our south and whether it will move back up into our area.
Many weather maps are now indicating that moisture will redevelop and come back into the area.
This is a change from yesterday and it would be wise to consider the weather may be unsettled from Thursday into Friday and Saturday with a chance of showers any time.
Temperatures this week will be very close to late September normals close to 70.