Autumn chill overnight, sunny and seasonable Saturday
NEW - TROPICS: Tracking FOUR storms in the Atlantic, with Hurricane Fiona departing Bermuda and arriving in Atlantic Canada this weekend as one of their strongest cyclones on record. Florida is on high alert for a potential major hurricane midweek next week.
NOW: A crisp and chilly feel continues with temps feeling into the 50s this evening.
NEXT: A milder trend this weekend, with 70s returning by Sunday, along with a few late-day showers.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says fall is here with cool and crisp temperatures in the 50s. There is a high surf advisory and high rip current risk at Brooklyn and Queens beaches through Saturday evening.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear, chilly and windy. Lows down to 50. Feeling like the 40s thanks to a NW wind, gusting up to 30 mph.
TOMORROW: Sunny and not as breezy. A few gusts up to 20 mph. Highs up to 69. Lows down to 58.
SUNDAY: Increasing clouds and milder. Highs up to 75. A few showers arrive after 3 p.m., scattered showers through about 5 a.m. Not a washout. Lows near 65.
MONDAY: Morning clouds give way to afternoon sun. Highs near 77. Lows around 59.
TUESDAY - THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and cooling down again. Highs in the upper-60s to near 70. Lows in the mid-50s.