NEW YORK – The heat and humidity of this weekend comes to an end this Monday with the arrival of a cold front that will bring showers and thunderstorms to the tri-state area.
The main threat with the storms will be the possibility of flooding with up to an inch of rain expected to fall in a short period of time as the storms move from west to east.
The heaviest downpours will occur after noon and continue until 5:00 pm This is when we could also get some dangerous lightning and wind gusts.
Once the rain ends, the skies will begin to clear with a partly cloudy and less humid night.
High pressure will take over for the next few days resulting in perfect late June weather with plenty of sunshine and highs in the 80s.
The heat and humidity will return at the end of the work week with the possibility of some storms affecting the start of our 4th of July weekend.
Here’s a look at the extended forecast:
Maximum: 78 degrees. Mostly cloudy with rain and thunderstorms. Partly cloudy night with lows in the 60s and 50s
Maximum: 78 degrees. Mainly sunny
High: 83 degrees. Mainly sunny
Maximum: 88 degrees. Mainly sunny
Maximum: 90 degrees. Mainly sunny
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