After summer-like weather, temps begin to cool

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NEW YORK (PIX11) — A cold front moving from the north has allowed the chance for a few showers and thunderstorms to develop earlier Tuesday. With the loss of daylight, these storms weakened to a few showers but the risk an isolated downpour is still there.


As the front dips further south, winds will shift to the northeast allowing for cooler temperatures by Wednesday morning. The skies for the most part will be overcast due to the onshore flow. With the front nearby, the chance of a shower cannot be ruled out.


High pressure eventually sets in by Thursday allowing skies to clear out temporarily before another wave of low pressure arrives late Friday. This system may bring another round of showers and thunderstorms. The good news from this is that looking well ahead into the weekend, the weather looks to be on the warm and dry side.

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