An Autumnlike Weekend for NYC

By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
September 15, 2013; 3:55 AM ET
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The weather this weekend around New York City will be bright, crisp and cool.

For ballgames, and especially football, conditions will be ideal with low humidity, sunshine and below-average temperatures, including the Giants home opener at East Rutherford, N.J., Sunday afternoon with the Denver Broncos.

Rain will stay away from the region.

The only potential travel problem will be the chance of patchy early morning fog over the river valleys of interior New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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The next chance of widely separated showers will not be until Monday, when a weak cool front will cross the area.

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