NEW YORK (PIX11) — Rain and severe storms hit parts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, Saturday evening.
Parts of New Jersey were also under a tornado watch and warning Saturday evening. Both advisories have since expired.
Rain is expected to continue overnight before the storm system moves out of the region.
Sunday will be sunny, but there will be a brisk northerly wind in place, especially during the morning hours. As a result, temperatures will cool back down into the lower 50s during the day.
Milder temperatures will quickly return on Monday. Winds will shift to the southwest, and that will help bring highs back up into the lower 60s.
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