Strong winds gusts topping 50 mph are expected to threaten the tri-state area on Friday, triggering a series of high wind warnings and advisories for the region.
Highs will peak in the mid-to-upper 60s for many Friday, but the wild gusts will make it feel cooler at times as the afternoon wears on.
The New York City Department of Buildings cautioned property owners and workers to secure their equipment ahead of the potential winds. Check the latest severe weather alerts for your neighborhood here.
The blustery weather will stick around to kick off Saturday, but winds will slowly weaken over the course of the day. It'll be sunny, with near-normal highs peaking in the mid-60s.
More clouds build back in by Sunday, but the weekend will end on a warmer note with highs back in the 70s -- along with the chance for a few sprinkles.
Temps should stay in the 70s Monday ahead of a spike near 80 Tuesday, which brings the next chance for thunderstorms.