What to Know
- Stormy weather is expected to hit the tri-state area Friday afternoon, with heavy rain expected during the PM rush, Storm Team 4 says
- Isolated thunderstorms are possible, and those could bring downpours; localized flooding is possible
- The wet weather moves out late Friday into Saturday AM; the weekend will be dry but cooler, with temps capping out in the 40s
The cold front that brought wet weather through much of the tri-state all through Friday is starting to move out, leaving behind chilly temperatures and gusty winds in its wake, Storm Team 4 says.
After strong winds and heavy rain slammed the area through the evening rush and into the night, people in the tri-state will be waking up to clear conditions Saturday -- but it will be cold and windy, with gusts expected around 20 to 30 mph throughout the area, and even 40 mph possible along the coast and higher elevations, Storm Team 4 says.
Highs will only be in the 40s Saturday and keep sliding through the day, reaching mid 40s on Sunday. Both weekend days remain dry.