The remnants of “Bill” are moving through bringing heavy rain and thunderstorms. Flood alerts are up for most of the area until 8 p.m. Saturday night.
Not the best weekend weather wise, but not a total washout either.
Clouds will increase this morning as a stationary front slides across the Tri-State.
Less humid air is filtering in and tonight will be pleasant. Skies are partly clear to start tomorrow, but clouds quickly fill in tomorrow after mid morning or so.
Despite a murky morning we’ll have sunshine returning and temps warming into the middle 80s.
This morning, we saw some increased cloud cover with temperatures topping out near 70°. As the day progresses, the skies clear out and temperatures warm for a high of 84°.
Today was a cooler day in the city with a high of only 71° in Central Park.
This morning be sure to pack your umbrella, as rain — heavy at times — will dominant your morning commute.
With a high of 82° in Central Park, decreased humidity and sunny skies, we finally got a break from the wet weather that has been dominating our weather pattern recently.
Sunshine and a few clouds are expected this afternoon. It will be generally nice with lower humidity levels and high near 80°.
Finally, that pesky cold front which made us all sweat yesterday has passed. Lots of cool, comfortable 60-degree temps will be felt this morning.
Today we had yet another dreary weather day. Scattered showers and overcast clouds dominated with a high of only 78° in Central Park.
Showers and storms will push into the area this afternoon. A few strong storms are possible with heavy rain and gusty winds being the greatest threat.
Expect some clouds this morning with fog near the coast and patchy fog in the inland valleys. Expect a cool start around the area as well. Lots of 60s.
Heavy rain and some flooding have been occurring across northern New Jersey this afternoon following a tough weather pattern this morning.