Mild, partly sunny Friday ahead of a cooler fall weekend


New Yorkers were treated to another unseasonably warm day as temperatures rose into the upper 60s and low 70s across the five boroughs. Plenty of sun and low humidity were seen as well as a high pressure system parked itself just off to our north.

We are expecting some changes over the next few days, however, as a surface trough and a low pressure storm system move in our direction. No large amounts of rain are expected this weekend, but a shower or two is not out of the question. Saturday and Sunday are looking dry for most of the day, but a few raindrops are possible towards evening, especially on Sunday. Monday looks to be a repeat of Sunday, but this time, a steadier rain is expected to move in during the evening hours and persist into Tuesday. Look for afternoon temperatures to primarily remain in the 60s, although a few 50s are possible, especially north and west of the city.

The early call for Halloween is partly sunny skies with temperatures around 60 degrees.

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