In the wake of a cold front that moved through the Tri-State on Saturday afternoon, a few showers will still linger today, but we're not expecting any heavy rain or storms. Since the rain will not be heavy at any time, outdoor plans are still possible where it's not too muddy. Mainly it’ll just be a cloudy and cool afternoon, with high temperatures only rising into the lower and mid 70s. Closer to the coast, it'll be even cooler due to a stiff northeasterly breeze, and high temperatures will be right around 70°. Lingering showers will diminish tonight, with partial clearing by Monday morning. High pressure will move in from New England on Monday afternoon, bringing a return of some sunshine. High temperatures will stay a bit below average on Monday and Tuesday, with comfortably warm readings around 80°. The humidity will stay in check until late on Tuesday as well, making the start of the workweek a great time to get outside.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and less humid with a few showers. HIGH: 75
TONIGHT: Mostly to partly cloudy and comfortable. LOWS: 66 in Midtown, 50s in most suburbs
MONDAY: Partly cloudy and pleasant. HIGH: 78