A couple chances for rain this holiday weekend | NBC New York

A couple chances for rain this holiday weekend



    Storms approach New York City.

    Tonight will be partly cloudy with comfortable temperatures leading us into the holiday weekend. Saturday starts dry, but a small and potent area of low pressure arrives from the west in the afternoon, bringing the chance for showers and perhaps even a thunderstorm, mainly south and east of the city. These showers clear out by Saturday night. Sunday is dry and partly sunny, but with cooler temperatures. A warm front moves in on Sunday night, and it'll be raining across much of the Tri-State by daybreak on Memorial Day Monday. After this initial round of rain, some pop-up showers and a thunderstorm are possible in the afternoon and early evening on Monday, as a cold front pushes toward the I-95 corridor. A stretch of quiet and seasonably mild weather will return for much of next week.

    Please check back with StormTeam 4 tomorrow through the weekend as we give you updated information on timing of this weekend's rain. 

    TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and pleasantly cool. LOW: 59



    Erica Grow

    Meteorologist, WNBC

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