Sunny and breezy for rest of workweek in NYC; possible showers for the weekend
NOW: A cold front will bring cool and breezy conditions to our area overnight into tomorrow.
NEXT: Quiet weather persists through Friday with temps in the 60s.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Darryl Green says New York City will see quiet weather for the workweek and possible showers for the weekend. Hurricane Ian is making landfall this afternoon as a major Category 4 hurricane. The western coast of Florida is expecting a 12- to 18-foot storm surge.
NEW: Destructive winds and devastating storm surge will rip across the western coast of Florida today. Ian is expected to slowly move across Central Florida tomorrow morning. Catastrophic damage is expected over the next 48-72 hours for the western, central and northeastern parts of Florida. The storm will be weakening to a tropical storm by Friday as it moves up toward Georgia and South Carolina. Storm surge and tropical storm warnings are in effect for coastal Georgia and South Carolina. As it tracks northeast, the remnants of Ian could bring showers Saturday afternoon into Sunday. Heavy rain or gusty winds are not expected at this time.
Tonight: A few clouds, chilly, and breezy. Lows near 54.
Thursday: Sun and clouds, cooler, windy. Highs near 67. Lows near 51.
Friday: Partly sunny, cool. Increasing clouds late. Highs near 66. Lows near 56.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, cool. Chance showers. Highs near 67. Lows near 58.
Sunday: Possible remnants of Ian. Highs near 65. Lows near 53.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, cooler, breezy. Chance of showers. Highs near 72. Lows near 55.
Tuesday: Cloudy, cool with the chance of showers. Highs near 67. Lows near 53.