NEW YORK (PIX11) — A weak series of disturbance will hamper our weekend but not necessarily ruining it.
Flood warnings are still in effect as areas along the Passaic River basin are still over their banks. Most of the river has crested but will not go below flood levels until Saturday afternoon or so.
There will be a chance of showers for both days however both days will not be a wash out. A shower could pop up late in the day on Saturday and the chance will persist through the evening hours.
The chance will once again increase Sunday afternoon into the evening as a strong wave of low pressure moves in Sunday. Temperatures will be mild once again tomorrow with highs topping up at around 70.
By Sunday, with more cloud cover and the passage of the cold front, temperatures will be in the mid 60s.
The weather looks quiet for the first half of the work week. It will start out cooler on Monday as Sunday’s system brings in a northerly breeze. Eventually highs will recover back to 70. By Friday highs could climb to the mid 70s.