The summery heat broke records throughout the tri-state for another day Friday, reaching 77 at John F. Kennedy Airport and 71 in Bridgeport, Conn., but a chill is on the way.
Friday's warm weather came after temps broke decades-old records Thursday.
As of now, New York is experiencing its warmest March on record, though with several days left in the month that will likely change.
Enjoy the warmth while you can. The 70s are gone this weekend.
Saturday highs are forecast in the low 60s with early glimpses of sun before clouds and showers move in. Sunday highs are also expected to be in the low 60s, with lingering morning showers giving way to some afternoon sun.
Next week is expected to be mainly dry with possible showers Wednesday evening into Thursday. Temperatures will be cooler, beginning the week with a high of 60 before falling to the 50s Tuesday and Wednesday.
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