NYC: Storms, Humidity to Return After Dry Weekend

By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
June 29, 2014; 3:55 AM ET
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A push of dry air from Canada will continue to keep storms away from New York City this weekend.

Low humidity from Saturday will persist through Sunday as clouds mix with sunshine to end the weekend.

High temperatures will be in the middle 80s this weekend. Temperatures will fall through the 70s during the evening games at Yankee Stadium for the series with the Red Sox.

The weather will be great for most outdoor activities this weekend. The nights will be on the cool side, especially throughout the suburbs.

Warmth and especially humidity levels will build Monday through Wednesday due to a flow of tropical air.

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In addition to making the weather more of a challenge for those doing manual labor and with respiratory problems, there will be a daily risk of thunderstorms Monday through Wednesday.

Another push of dry air is forecast to follow in time for Independence Day activities.

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