A high pressure system off to our north gave New Yorkers dry conditions on Saturday, and afternoon temperatures were at seasonable levels for the sixth time in the last seven days.
Partly sunny skies are likely during the morning hours on Sunday, but, more clouds are expected to move in during the afternoon. Temperatures will be at seasonable levels once again, and winds will remain light.
Look for temperatures to increase a bit over the next few days; By Tuesday, we could be a good 10 degrees above normal. Afternoon highs will primarily be in the low to mid 50s, but, some locations could reach 60 on Tuesday. Conditions are looking dry for Sunday and Monday, but, the umbrellas will be needed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Some colder air will then move in towards the end of the week, and drop daytime temperatures into the 40s.