STORM WATCH: Ian’s remnants - more showers Sunday in NYC; wind gusts could reach 40+ mph

Storm Watch Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says the center of Ian's remnants could be close enough to spark an isolated shower chance on Monday or Tuesday.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, raw and cool. Isolated mist/drizzle. Lows down to 55.
TOMORROW - WEATHER TO WATCH: Mainly cloudy and windy. Gusts expected to reach 30-40+ mph. Showers and/or steady rain possible by midday. Best chance is just south and east of NYC, we will be on the edge of some showers. Highs hover near 57. Lows down to 49.
MONDAY: A fickle forecast. The center of Ian's remnants is close enough to spark showers, especially in the morning. Most models are not picking up on this. Otherwise becoming mostly cloudy and breezy. Gusts up to 30 mph. Highs near 59. Lows down to 50 with an isolated shower chance.

TUESDAY: Mix of sun and clouds, remaining breezy. Highs near 62. An isolated shower can't be ruled out, especially early. Lows down to 51.
MIDWEEK: Back to nice weather! Plenty of sun and highs in the upper 60s and low 70s. Lows in the mid-50s.