From meteorologist Chris Cimino.
Tri-state residents can expect a beautiful, comfortable forecast for the rest of the work week.
Wednesday brings sunshine mixed with some patchy clouds and highs in the low to mid 80s. Humidity will lower through the afternoon, giving locals a welcome respite from the damp heat that kept us sticky for most of the day Tuesday.
Meteorologists predict it will turn clear and cool overnight, with highs in the low to mid 60s in and close to the city. Some suburbs will only see temperatures in the 50s.
More sunshine is in the forecast with low humidity Thursday and Friday. Highs will level around the low to mid 80s on both days.
The forecast warms up and becomes more humid for the weekend, with hot, hazy temperatures in the low 90s possible for the Fourth of July.
As always, check with NBC New York for the latest weather information, including updated forecasts and severe weather alerts.