A high pressure system is bringing crystal clear skies to the Tri-State on Sunday, but a northwest wind is bringing temperatures unseasonably low.
The temperatures may be a bit warmer on Sunday in the Tri-State, but clouds are moving in.
The mild autumn weather continues into Sunday as a high pressure system dominates the Tri-State.
As a high pressure system moves up from the Carolinas, residents of the Tri-State will get warm temperatures and sunny skies for their Saturday.
Sunday will see the same seasonably cool weather as Saturday as temperatures only hit a high of 62 degrees in the City.
The Tri-State gets a taste of cooler weather to come on Saturday with a clear, crisp skies and a high of 61 degrees.
After a gusty Saturday, winds up to 25 mph will keep temperatures cool with a high of 64 degrees to finish out the weekend.
Sunday’s weather was not anything near what Fall normally feels like, and the warm weather will continue into Columbus Day on Monday.
As the clouds continue to cover the Tri-State region, residents may want to keep an umbrella handy on Sunday.
Most of the heavy rain that hit the Tri-State on Friday has moved off short, but there’s still a chance to see a shower at any point on Saturday.
Fall doesn’t start for five days, but the Tri-State is already experiencing autumn chills on Sunday.
Easter Sunday started with low lying clouds throughout the Tri-State and will continue with mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers.
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.
The temperatures dropped overnight to below freezing and will stay in the 30s all of Saturday.
How are you dealing with Mother Nature’s never-ending snow assault? Loving it? Hating it? Bored with it?