Another round of showers and strong to severe thunderstorms tapered down Friday evening after pounding the tri-state as a cold front works its way through the region.
Thunder, frequent lightning, large hail, and heavy downpours moved through New Jersey, New York and Connecticut starting around 5:30 p.m. Most of the weather will have moved out by early Saturday.
A flash flood watch -- meaning that conditions may develop that lead to dangerous flash flooding -- was issued for much of New Jersey.
The good news is high pressure builds just in time for the weekend.
The weather forced a rain postponement at the Yankee game in the Bronx where Derek Jeter was supposed to continue his quest to become the first Yankee to amass 3,000 hits.
Saturday and Sunday should both be sunny and dry, with lower humidity.