Glorious day for the parade folks as things dry out and the sun shines through.
While the ground might still be wet from last night’s rain, it should be drying out soon as high pressure builds for the weekend, leaving us with sunshine and warm temperatures.
If you’re planning on being out for the remainder of the evening, make sure to bring your rain gear and be prepared for some potentially severe weather.
It will be generally quiet the remainder of the afternoon with just a stray shower or storm around the area. It will be a bit cooler with a high of only 81°.
Warm temperatures and clouds dominate the bulk of your forecast today.
Today was another sticky summer scorcher. We hit a high of 88° in Central Park and with humidity averaging out at about 68 percent, it felt like the 90s around the area.
Expect another active afternoon with scattered showers and storms, some of which may produce heavy rainfall and lead to flooding.
Another summer scorcher is on the way and don’t forget the umbrella!
Today we had a true summer day: hot, humid and stormy. We hit a high of 88° in Central Park but with dewpoints in the 70s it felt like the 90s throughout the area.
We’ll see more in the way of showers and storms this afternoon with the potential for isolated flooding.
This morning when you wake up the heat will already be on. Expect mid-70s throughout the morning but with dew points in the 60s, it will feel warmer than that.
Today, we had a seasonal summer day temperature-wise even if the day was mostly cloudy. We hit a high of 83° in Central Park.
Some unsettled weather will approach from our south and west this afternoon, but will have little success in bringing us any rain… some extra clouds look to be the main threat at this time.
Stepping out the door for work, you may want to bring the umbrella – especially if you live in NJ or the Lower Hudson Valley.
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