NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Fall doesn’t start for five days, but the Tri-State is already experiencing autumn chills on Sunday.
The high is hitting 69 degrees—six degrees lower than the average—and the low is 53 degrees.
A high pressure system, which has already started moving into the area, is bringing with it mostly sunny skies and an east wind of 12 to 18 mph in and around the city.
By the time the Race for the Cure kicks off at 9:20 a.m., temperatures will hit the upper 50s.
As the temperatures rise into the workweek, there’s a chance of rain, but the system won’t bring flooding and the showers won’t arrive until at least Tuesday.