We’ve gone from soggy to sun-kissed.After battered by torrential rain in the last days of September, the city is drying off under sunny skies and temperatures that could hit 80 degrees in the coming days, meteorologists say.Sunday was living up to its name with clear skies and temperatures expected to peak in the upper 70s, Fox Weather told The Post — perfect for New Yorkers to enjoy outdoor activities after being stuck inside Friday and Saturday.Residents can expect more of the same Monday — while Tuesday could see temperatures climb to 80 degrees for a “summer-like feel” in the fall. The sudden spike in temperature, however, could create a muggy atmosphere, though warm weather will carry on to Wednesday. Temperatures are expected to drop down to more typical autumn levels — in the lower 70s — on Thursday, with a chance for rain Friday and Saturday, though not like last week’s extremes. While still in the middle of hurricane season, Fox Weather says current storm systems in the Atlantic are not expected to make landfall in the US — a prediction that will bring a sigh of relief to New Yorkers who weathered heavy flooding after more than 7 inches of rain drenched the region in under 24 hours on Friday. The downpour caused flooding at many schools, homes and businesses, and shut down roadways and much of mass transit. It also caused a power outage at NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull, which was forced to evacuate and transfer 120 patients to other facilities Saturday. The hospital estimates it will be several days before Con Edison can make the necessary repairs and have the building resume normal patient care.No deaths were reported as the result of the power outage or from flooding in the region as a result of the storm.
01 Ekim 2023 - 20:45
Summer to make a comeback in NYC this week with sun and high temps forecast after weekend rain deluge
New York City is expected to dry off under sunny skies and temperatures as high as 80 degrees in the coming days, meteorologists say.
01 Ekim 2023 - 20:45