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Drier days are ahead for New York City after a rainy and dreary weekend.
As a storm system crawled eastward, some rain and drizzle will kept the city damp through early Monday morning.
Gusty winds will make being outside during this time even less desirable and will cause problems for those attempting to walk with an umbrella.
The rest of Monday will be dry with clouds breaking for sunshine as the storm system departs and high pressure builds overhead. A gusty breeze will continue through the day.
Temperatures will rebound into the lower 50s on Monday. The first pitch temperature for the New York Mets' season opener at Citi Field is expected to be close to 50 F.
Further warming will occur Tuesday through Wednesday, allowing temperatures to approach or reach the 60-degree mark. Dry conditions and a partly sunny sky will complement the weather each day.
The next chance for rain will come later in the week.
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The northeastern United States will only get a couple days of dry, sunny weather before the next round of showers and thunderstorms rolls in at midweek.
Anyone in the Southeast hoping for a break from the warm, humid and unsettled weather will need to wait at least another week.
Persistent dryness and localized breezy weather may create difficulties for firefighters battling wildfires across the western United States early this week.
A storm will crawl through the northeastern part of the nation during the first weekend of summer with rounds of drenching showers and thunderstorms.
A severe weather outbreak seems likely to target portions of the Plains through Monday.
Lightning and persistent dry weather have teamed up to produce a number of wildfires in Oregon and northwestern Canada.
Thunderstorms are expected to drench a significant part of the southern United States through Saturday and will bring temporary relief to the ongoing June swelter.
Intense storms blasted parts of the central and eastern United States with enough rain to cause devastating flooding this week.