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Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
439 AM EDT Tue Sep 26 2017

High pressure slowly slides offshore through Wednesday as Hurricane
Maria slowly tracks northeast off the Mid-Atlantic Coast. Swells
from Maria will produce high damaging surf, and dangerous rip
currents into at least Thursday.

Outside of this, the main weather player through Wednesday will be
an area of low clouds and fog which will slowly erode from west to
east today, return, covering an even larger area tonight, then
slowly erode again on Wednesday. There as a chance that the Twin
Forks of Long Island and maybe even far southeastern Connecticut
might stay under the clouds through this time frame.

How much the low clouds dissipate will determine how warm it gets
near the coast today and Wednesday. Across the interior, highs
should reach the mid 80s each day. Elsewhere, highs should be from
around 70 to around 80, though far eastern areas could end up
staying in the 60s, if the clouds do not break. There is also a
slight chance for a shower Wednesday ahead of an advancing cold
front.

A cold front crosses the area Wednesday night, helping to push Maria
farther out to sea. There could be some isolated showers with the
fronts passage. Thursday should be dry behind the front, with very
little cloud cover. Highs on Thursday should be around 10 degrees
above normal.

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