Morning clouds linger before afternoon temperatures soar

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NEW YORK – The remnants of once-Hurricane Patricia drenched that drenched the region are moving out Thursday and will be replaced by warmer-than-usual temperatures.

Some showers are possible before 9 a.m. followed by partial clearing in the afternoon.  Temperatures will be unseasonably warm with a high of 75 in the city, mid-70s in the suburbs.

Thursday night will be mostly clear, breezy, and much cooler with a low of 47 in the city, upper 30s in the suburbs.

Friday will be mostly sunny as high pressure will be in control of the weather for the area.  The high temperature will be closer to seasonable only reaching 60 in the city, low 60s in the suburbs.

Saturday will be mostly sunny and cool with a high temperature of 57 in the city, upper 50s in the suburbs.

Sunday will be partly sunny as an area of low pressure will pass to the south of the region during the afternoon.  The high temperature will be 62 in the city, low 60s in the suburbs.

Monday will be partly cloudy with a chance of scattered showers as low pressure moves east of the Tri-State area.  The high temperature will be 64 in the city, mid 60s in the suburbs.

Tuesday will be mostly sunny and unseasonably mild as high pressure will be in control of the weather for the area.  The high temperature will be 66 in the city, mid 60s in the suburbs.