This weekend's weather will be warm with scattered storms on both days, and may put a damper on the Belmont Stakes Saturday afternoon.
Saturday is off to a mild start near 70 in the city, with cooler temperatures in the suburbs. Some light showers will move through the Hudson Valley region later this morning.
A cold front moves through the area in the afternoon, bringing with it another chance of showers. There's a chance of rain at the race kickoff at Belmont, which is later this afternoon.
Some isolated severe weather, including high-wind and hail, is expected in some parts of the tri-state.
Sunday will be mostly sunny and humid, with scattered afternoon showers and storms mainly west of the city. Monday will be sunny and warm, with a high of 81.
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Published at 9:58 AM EDT on Jun 9, 2012