NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Saturday’s wet weather started tapering off shortly after after a warm front began pushing into the Tri-State, but scattered showers and patchy fog remained on the forecast for Saturday night.
Temperatures will drop to a low of 56.
“We have a warm front that will lift through the area. That is going to make for a relatively mild Easter Sunday as far as our temperature is concerned,” said CBS 2’s Elise Finch.
“But if you look off just to the west, you can see we do have a cold front, and it is along that frontal boundary that we are seeing showers, thunderstorms, and in some cases in the nation’s midsection, some severe weather,” she said.
The weather will be a bit breezy, however, and Easter Sunday will also have a chance of morning showers before temperatures rise to 70 degrees by 2 p.m.