NEW YORK — A stationary front remained draped over the region Tuesday, keeping a chance of rain for portions of the area, however we won’t see nearly as much rain as Monday night.
High pressure to our north will look to build in slowly over the next 24 to 36 hours. This will be pushing a stationary front just south of the tri-state area farther away. Clouds have been stubborn to leave for a couple of days, but that will change with the front bidding a farewell. Some breaks late in the day on Wednesday should boost temps to near and over 70 degrees. Then it’s a warming trend. Outside of a sprinkle or two early Thursday, we have some partly cloudy days ahead for Thursday and Friday with highs in the low to mid 70s.
The next chance of rain is for the weekend. It will turn unsettled. There’s a slight chance of showers Saturday, and yet a better chance on Sunday. As of now, it’s not looking like a washout weekend, but rain may be around nonetheless. Temperatures also remain mild, with highs of about 70 to 75 degrees for the weekend.