The weather pattern through this weekend will bring temperatures fairly typical for this time of the year to New York City.
Temperatures typically range from a morning low in the middle 40s to a high in the middle 60s.
The next chance of rainfall is Friday into Saturday, as a system moves in from the Midwest. However, while there can be a couple of showers either day for outdoor activities, including Mets and Yankees baseball, neither of the two days will be a washout.
The rainfall and light winds will reduce the risk for brush fires to spread rapidly.
Looking ahead, for folks with outdoor plans next week, the weather pattern has the potential to get very unsettled with a nearly daily dose of showers and/or thunderstorms.
A day or two of rain is also possible as a large storm develops over the eastern third of the nation and stalls. The pattern may also result in a several-day stretch of below-normal temperatures.
It may not be until this large storm breaks down during early May, when warmth is a frequent visitor to the region.
Temperatures will be on the rise across the Northeast this week and continue into the upcoming weekend.
The cause of the mudslide is believed to be due to the drought conditions which have left Mt. Shasta’s glaciers exposed to the sun’s heat.
A pattern change will usher in cooler air and rain to the Northwest this week.
Autumn officially starts at 10:29 p.m. EDT on Monday, but it will not feel like autumn in some parts of the U.S.
Fung-wong will spread heavy rainfall across Eastern China, South Korea and Japan this week.
The peak of hurricane season, among other things, arrives in the fall.
Oklahoma City, OK (2000)
0.03" of rain ended a 54 day dry string.
New England (1961)
Hurricane Esther made a 350-mile circle south of Cape Cod from Sept. 21-25. It later passed over Cape Cod and hit Maine.
Sacramento, CA (1984)
90 degrees F.; record 105th day of 90 degrees or higher this year.