The chance of rain each day will be focused over regions closer to that area of low pressure, as the system guides showers and storms around the low. Mostly sunny, with a high near 92. While severe weather is not expected, very heavy rain will be likely in thunderstorms. A few lingering showers may be possible, too. As rain becomes more scattered we could see some breaks in cloud cover which will let through some sunshine.
The main threat with these storms will be heavy rainfall.
Remember the Storm Team 12 app can always bring you the latest weather alerts for your location as well as Titan Radar. Thursday and Friday look mainly dry, with just a few pop-up afternoon storms expected. This is allowing for a Low pressure system that is now at the North Carolina/ Virginia border to bring humid, tropical like air to the region on Sunday. Get ready for some cooler, drier air on Thursday with highs only in the low- to mid-70s.
Showers are likely to be scattered Saturday before noon, with a high near 82.
More heavy showers and thunderstorms are possible through Wednesday. Temperatures are near 80 degrees depending on shower timing and coverage
Mon: High: 87 Low: 66 Mostly sunny.
Thereafter, rain and thunderstorm chances will diminish the rest of the week, but may not entirely go away.
More soggy weather is on the horizon for Staten Island. Expect a 50% to 60% chance for showers and storms through the weekend and into early next week with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. This will still allow storms to transition from the coast to inland areas through the day. Please be as descriptive as possible and also include the location (town/city) where the photo or video was taken.
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