Chilly, calm Sunday for NYC before coastal storm arrives on Monday
News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says all eyes will be on a long-duration coastal storm slated to arrive on Monday.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny with a few clouds late. Highs up to 47. Lows down to 36 with scattered showers arriving by daybreak.
MONDAY - STORM WATCH: Scattered rain showers throughout the day. Not expected to be heavy, but enough to inconvenience travel. Highs near 40. A bit breezy during the day with 15-25 mph gusts.
MONDAY NIGHT - STORM WATCH: The wildcard. How strong and close to NYC is the storm? Heavy rain or mix as temps fall to the low- to-mid-30s. Isolated flash flooding and minor-to-moderate coastal flooding likely. Wind gusts pick up to 30-40 mph.
TUESDAY - STORM WATCH: Rain, mix, or snow, heavy during the early morning and tapering off by the evening. Temps hover in the low- to-mid-30s. Some snow accumulation is possible. Windy with 40-50 mph gusts likely. Precipitation is done by Tuesday evening, but still windy at night with 30-40 mph gusts. Lows down to 29.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and blustery. Highs near 44. Wind gusts 30-40 mph. Lows down to 35.
THURSDAY - FRIDAY: Sunny and nice! Winds subside and temps rise. Highs into the 50s. Lows in the low 40s.