What to Know
- The first half of the weekend could be a washout as a coastal storm works its way up to the tri-state area, Storm Team 4 says
- Wet roads, coastal flooding and anywhere from a half-inch to one and a quarter inch of rain can be expected on Saturday
- It turns much brighter and stays mild Sunday, before the workweek gets off to a chillier start with the possibility of a wintry mix Tuesday
Storm Team 4 says a coastal storm could impact your weekend plans, at least all day Saturday before clearing up in time for Sunday.
On Saturday morning, some light and steady rain will begin falling. As the day goes on the rain will turn heavier, but above-freezing temperatures will keep it just wet, with the possibility of some freezing rain in the higher elevations, Storm Team 4 said.
Wet roads, coastal flooding and anywhere from a half-inch to one and a quarter inch of rain can be expected as the storm approaches from the south, according to forecasters.
The tri-state begins to dry out late Saturday, setting the stage for a much brighter Sunday that will see high temperatures in the 40s.
The workweek will begin colder with highs in the 30s, before a possible wintry mix on Tuesday, meteorologists said.