Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
341 PM EDT Fri Oct 13 2017

High pressure moves into the North Atlantic tonight into this
weekend. A wave of low pressure from the south approaches tonight
into Saturday. The wave moves well northeast of the region for the
second half of the weekend as a stronger frontal system moves into
the Great Lakes. A strong cold front associated with this system
approaches Sunday and moves across Sunday night.

In terms of weather, increasing clouds tonight will eventually
give way to increasing chances for rain. The rain continues
Saturday, eventually becoming infrequent and tapering off Saturday
night with some potential for fog development as well late going
into Sunday morning. Sunday is expected to be mainly dry and much
warmer with more southwest flow ahead of the cold front, which
will bring another shorter time period of showers Sunday night.


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