After dealing with mostly cloudy skies the past few days, New Yorkers finally saw the sun peek out as a Canadian high-pressure system slid further south into our area. In addition, temperatures remained on the seasonable side, with afternoon highs reaching the upper 60s and low 70s throughout the five boroughs.
Look for conditions to remain on the dry side as we make our way into Thursday and Friday. High pressure will continue to move closer and closer to us, and in doing so, will prevent a storm system from entering our region. Temperatures will warm up a bit as well as winds switch over to the southwest on Thursday. Afternoon highs are expected to reach the mid and upper 70s.
The weekend could end up being a bit wetter as a separate storm system will try to crawl its way up the eastern seaboard on Saturday. We are not expecting an all-day rain-out, but a few showers are likely throughout the day. As of now, Sunday is looking drier, but that could change if that storm system stays close to the coast.