It was a soggy end to the weekend on Sunday with rain suspending the game at CitiField. There is a chance rain may affect the Mets game on Monday as they take on the Phillies.
In the meantime, low visibility and minor flooding will add to the challenges of getting around town. This will be a concern for low lying locations and areas with poor drainage between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Sunday, then again early on Monday morning.
Easterly winds will also likely pick up during the overnight. Expect speeds of 10-15 mph with higher gusts of 30-40 mph. This should prevent visibility from getting as low as it did last night.
A warm front to our south will become more stationary, bringing more rain to the region on Monday. Due to the storm’s position and cloud cover, anticipate cooler than normal temperatures as well.
After temperatures topped out at 70 degrees Saturday, highs reached 57 degrees (three degrees below average). The high on Monday is only expected to top out at 50.
Aside from a few Showers on Tuesday and Wednesday, sunshine should return. However, it will be short lived. We are tracking another system on Thursday, which could threaten to postpone the last game of the series for the Mets. As always, stay tuned for updates.