It’s going to be a summery Sunday across the area with blazing sunshine! Starting off in the low 70s as you wake up with clear skies…and if you’re going to be in the Tunnel to Towers Run/Walk, you’ll have perfect mild weather to do so. Expect warming temps through the day along with more humidity than yesterday…so our possible record highs in the upper 80s will feel hotter! Monday will be a few degrees cooler but the humidity will be up…so it’ll still feel pretty hot out!
“Where is fall? !” That’s the best way to describe the hot & sunny weather we had today. Many spots broke into the 90s, with some records even being tied/set! Expect clear skies through the night and it’ll be a touch muggier…expect a low of 72 in NYC. Monday will be a steamy start to the work week as the temps are still in the mid & upper 80s…a few degrees cooler than today but the humidity will be a bit higher, so you’ll definitely wanna stay in the shade.
What a gem of a day it was! Sunshine, warm temps, and absolutely no humidity! We’ll keep it clear and pleasant through the night with temps backing off into the 60s to near 70 in NYC. Tomorrow will start off nice with clear skies and mild temps…perfect for the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers event in the morning. By afternoon though, the heat will crank up and the humidity will rise too. Expect some upper 80s and low 90s across the area, with some spots tying or setting records!
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