People with umbrellas, and some without, traverse New York's Times Square, Sunday, April 22, 2012. A spring nor'easter rumbled along the East Coast on Sunday and was expected to bring rain and heavy winds and even snow in some places as it strengthens into early Monday, a punctuation to a relatively dry stretch of weather for the Northeast. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
The heavy rain that made its way through the tri-state overnight Friday has cleared through most of the tri-state, although patch fog remains and parts of eastern Long Island may still see showers throughout the afternoon.
The weekend wont be a total washout, though. New York City should see a mild mix of sun and clouds with a stray evening shower. Sunday will see a high of 78, with some spots of rain throughout the afternoon.
For those who do make it out to the beach, there's a high risk for rip currents at the beaches on Long Island, and a moderate risk at other beaches around the tri-state.
Here's the look ahead at the week's weather.
SATURDAY: Morning fog and showers, afternoon sun and clouds, with a stray shower or storm. Tonight will be mostly clear and cool with a low of 62, and much cooler in the suburbs.
SUNDAY: Morning sunshine with a few afternoon showers and storms.
MONDAY: Scattered showers and cool.
TUESDAY: Cool again with showers.
WEDNESDAY: Unsettled with a rain chance. Cool.
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