As a storm drifts slowly northward along the Atlantic coast, rain and wind will brush the New York area into Saturday.
Delays are possible at the airports and on the highways, due to occasional windswept rain, low cloud ceilings and poor visibility in general.
High temperatures through Saturday will range from the middle 50s to the lower 60s.
The bulk of the storm's wind and rough seas will focus south of the New York area. However, tides will run 1 to 2 feet above published levels into Saturday.
The latest indications are that rain will retreat southward on Sunday and clouds could break from New York City on north.
Cloudy and wet weather will be slow to break off over the farther south along the New Jersey coast.
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