Weekly Weather: Heavy Rain Before Sun Comes Out Later in the Week
Sunday morning will be the quiet before the storm, with highs in the low 50s and rain after 1 p.m.
Rain will become heavier by Sunday night, with thunderstorms possible after 2 a.m. and temperatures rising to 57 degrees overnight.
The storm is expected to bring one to two inches of rain, and winds sustained at 24-29 mph after midnight with gusts of up to 50 mph. The wind and rain are expected to linger through late afternoon Monday, which will see highs in the upper fifties.
NYC's Flash Flood Emergency Plan has been activated in anticipation of the upcoming storm. In addition, a travel advisory was issued for New York City residents for Sunday and Monday, suggesting that they stay home during the storm or prepare for delays and exercise caution if travel is necessary.
Mayor Adams also suggested that neighborhood catch basins get cleared of debris and that anything that might blow away in a strong wind be secured.
Tuesday will see more rain, with temperatures dropping to 34 degrees by early evening, making it the coldest day of the week.
Wednesday will be sunny, with a high of 39 degrees.
Thursday and Friday will be sunny, with highs in the upper forties.