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    NYC: Dry for The First Days of Fall

    By Courtney Spamer, Meteorologist
    September 24, 2013; 9:42 AM ET
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    High pressure moves into the Northeast for the beginning of the week following a cold front over the weekend.

    This front brought heavy rain, dumping more than an inch of rain Saturday night through early Sunday morning. But things were dry for the afternoon Bills/Jets game at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.

    High temperatures for the first few days of fall settled in the lower 70s.

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    But by the middle of the week, temperatures will rise slightly, reaching near 75 by Thursday, just a few degrees above average for the end of September.

    Through the end of the workweek, high pressure will continue to hold over the region with sunshine. Wet weather is not expected to return to the New York City area until later in the weekend.

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