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Regional Weather Summary for Southeastern NY, Northeastern NJ and
Southern CT
National Weather Service New York NY
339 PM EDT MON MAY 30 2016

The chances for showers and an isolated thunderstorm will decrease
through the night as a cold front approaches and crosses the
region. Conditions will also be humid, and patchy fog is also in
the forecast. More widespread fog is likely across the South Fork
of Long Island. It will be cloudy, however clearing for western
sections is expected by late tonight. Lows will continue to run
above normal, ranging from the lower 60s well inland to the upper
60s in the New York City metro area.

Outside of some lingering early morning showers for eastern Long
Island and extreme southeastern Connecticut, the tri-state will be
dry for Tuesday through the middle of the week as high pressure
builds in from Canada. Tuesday will continue to be warm with highs
in the 80s for much of the region. Cooler conditions are expected
along the immediate coast. Humidity levels will decrease
throughout the day and skies will become mostly clear by the
afternoon.

Temperatures will be seasonable on Wednesday.

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