Showers and thunderstorms moved into the tri-state area Monday evening, kicking off a cloudy start to the workweek that will also feature plenty of warmth.
No severe weather was triggered by the system, which mainly impacted areas north of the city, such as northern New Jersey, New York's Hudson Valley, and Connecticut. Some parts of NYC saw bouts of heavy rain as well, but no flooding was reported.
Spotty, light showers stay in the area overnight, along with fog. Cloudy skies remain for Tuesday, along with a few sprinkles. Just enough dry air comes in Tuesday to bring down the muggy feel from Monday, but it'll be at least another day or two before the tri-state sees more sun than clouds.
Wednesday through Friday look to be the best days of the week at this point, with temperatures in the low- to mid-70s both days amid partly sunny skies.