Chilly but sunny string of days ahead


Autumn is continuing its cool down as persistent northwesterly winds brings in a chilly airmass. Additional Freeze Warnings and Frost Advisories have been issued for areas just to the north and west of the city, as well as Eastern Long Island for Wednesday Night. The city has not dipped into the 30s since last April and there is the possibility of going down to that threshold during the overnight hours. 

A few patchy clouds will be around for Wednesday night. Winds will be on the light side from the northwest with temperatures forecasted to go below 40 degrees in the city. Areas well north and west of the city will end up in the 20s.

Thursday will start out with some sunshine, but a storm will pass well off the coast in the afternoon. No rain is expected, however a fair amount of clouds will be around in the afternoon and evening.

emperatures will struggle to reach 50 degrees in the afternoon.  

The sun returns on Friday, but it will remain to be cool with temperatures barely reaching 50 degrees in the afternoon.

The weekend starts out great, but there are some questions about Sunday. Expect sunny skies with highs in the lower 50s on Saturday. On Marathon Sunday, a storm will once again pass offshore, but there are indications that it may track closer to the coastline and bring the chance of some rain starting in the afternoon. Should the storm stay pass well offshore, it will just leave us with some clouds with highs in the upper 50s.

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