NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The first nor’easter of the fall season will plow its way into the Tri-State Area Thursday morning, and is expected to affect the morning commute and stick around all day.

CBS 2’s Lonnie Quinn reported as of late Wednesday, a train of moisture was bringing rain down. The rain will move into the area in the early morning hours Thursday.

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Heavy rain was expected in spots south of the New York City as early as 6:30 a.m., but breakaway storms could hit the city and areas to the north.

Heavier rain was expected to pull in farther north and east toward Long Island by 2 p.m.

The rain will push out, but is expected to push back in around 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Models late Wednesday showed the heaviest rain hovering directly over the five boroughs of New York City at that time – in what could be a threat to Derek Jeter’s last game with the Yankees.

Major League Baseball will make the final call if weather interferes. A representative said that “all efforts will be made to get the game in tomorrow.”

“Hopefully the weather cooperates, and we try to come out and win a game,” Jeter said Wednesday night.

The rainfall is expected to total 1.5 inches in the city; 1.9 inches in Coram, Long Island; 1.4 inches in Brick, New Jersey; and 1.7 inches in Montauk, Long Island.

A coastal flood advisory has also been issued for shoreline counties in New Jersey, and all surfside beaches in the area could see waves between 4 and 9 feet, and seas rising to 11 feet – along with possible rip currents.

The temperature on Thursday will only rise to 64 degrees, with a raw and bone-chilling feel in the air through the day.

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