NEW YORK (PIX11) — It was another seasonably warm day in and around the five boroughs as temperatures made their way into the mid-70s and low 80s across the area. Central Park clocked in with an afternoon high of 74 degrees, which technically was four degrees below normal, but still quite seasonable for this time of year. The day started off on a sunny note, but clouds filled the sky by the early afternoon hours and a few showers moved through the city. The rain stayed primarily on the light side in most locations, but a few towns in Monmouth and Ocean counties saw thunderstorms develop.

Expect any leftover sprinkles to come to an end early this evening and skies to partially clear. Temperatures will slowly drop into the mid and upper 60s.

Look for the showers and storms to return on Sunday. The wet weather is expected to start out spotty during the morning hours, and then become a bit more widespread by noon. Some areas could see a thunderstorm roll through at some point, and downpours and small hail are possible. Conditions should begin drying out by the late afternoon hours. Temperatures are unlikely to get out of the 70s, but it will be a bit more humid than today.

Expect brighter and warmer conditions on Monday with highs in the mid-80s.