Breezy through Monday, with a big temperature surge ahead

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NEW YORK — The storm system that brought beneficial rain to the tri-state region on Sunday morning is departing, and, in its wake, winds will gust between 20-30mph across the area Sunday night through Monday morning.

Temperatures will dip into the 40s overnight, and the wind will make it feel like the 30s as you’re stepping out the door Monday morning. However, strong sunshine will help us rebound to high temperatures in the mid 60s by Monday afternoon.

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Tuesday is a gorgeous day, with highs around 70 under a mix of clouds and sun.

Wednesday is the warmest day of the week, and possibly of the whole year so far! It’ll be a sunny day with high temperatures easily reaching the 80s in most of the area.

The only exception will be along the beach, where cold Atlantic water will keep temperatures in the upper 60s.  

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