By CBSNewYork Team

By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer


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Did you catch some that hazy, smoky sky cover Tuesday? That’s leftover atmospheric ash from the wildfires way out west. We might have some continued obscuration Wednesday before a cold front will sweep across the area.

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Temps peak in the mid 80s before some feisty thunderstorms are possible in the afternoon. The NWS has us under a Slight Risk for severe storms.

Once the front passes, temps cool, and the atmosphere stabilizes.

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Thursday looks like the pick of the week at 84 and sunny skies.

CBSNewYork Team