The area saw another mostly dry and comfortable day, with partly to mostly cloudy skies observed along with high temperatures peaking in the lower to mid 80s from NYC and further west and in the upper 70s to lower 80s in Long Island and southern Connecticut. A few isolated thunderstorms were observed today, especially to the northwest of NYC towards southeastern New York, but these storms were mostly weak and did not produce much rain.
Today was the last dry day until Sunday. A warm front associated with a slow moving storm in the Midwest/Great Lakes will be stuck around the area, bringing mainly cloudy skies and occasional showers and thunderstorms, with rainfall amounts locally up to 2 inches possible by Saturday before drier conditions return by Sunday and early next week.
Thursday – Saturday: Storms Continue