New York City will continue with a stretch of dry weather after the weekend showers and last week's torrential rain.
Those with outdoor plans should be happy to hear that dry weather will hold through Wednesday.
That is quite a change from last Wednesday, which became New York City's 10th wettest calendar day on record at Central Park. A total of 4.97 inches of rain poured down on April 30, 2014.
Temperatures will peak within a couple degrees of 70 F through Wednesday, which is typical for early May.
The chance of rain will return Thursday.
Eighty-degree temperatures will follow for Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Friday into the weekend.
It will be a close call as to whether or not New York City will experience the summerlike weather as well. Chilly air will hold its ground over upstate New York and New England. The city will be near the edge of the warmth to the southwest and chill to the northeast.
Regardless, the weather for the upcoming weekend looks to be unsettled at this point with the risk of showers and thunderstorms.
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