New York Weather: CBS2 9/11 Evening Forecast at 5PM


Reporter: TO KEEP FLOODING AT BAY. FROM VALLEY STREAM LONG ISLAND, JENNIFER McLOGAN, CBS2 NEWS. TIME TO TURN TO THE WEATHER. LONNIE QUINN IS HERE AND SUMMER’S BACK AT LEAST FOR A MINUTE. I THINK TOMORROW’S GOING TO BE SIGNIFICANTLY COOLER. NOT BELOW AVERAGE, JUST NOT MY GOODNESS. TOMS RIVER FELT LIKE 99 DEGREES TODAY. WHAT DO WE HAVE RIGHT NOW TO TALK ABOUT? LOTS OF SUNSHINE. BIG SHADOWS CAST OVER CENTRAL PARK. TO THE EAST, MOSTLY SUNNY RIGHT NOW. 87. YOU’RE 87 DEGREES RIGHT NOW AT THIS HOUR, 5:49. YOU KNOW, PUSHING 6:00, WELL, AT 2:56 YOU WERE 88. THE WARMEST READING OF THE DAY. 77 IS THE AVERAGE. 11 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE. 11 DEGREES BELOW, NO YOU’RE NOT, YES YOU ARE, 11 DEGREES BELOW THE RECORD ON THIS DAY. 88. THE RECORD 99. THAT WAS 1983. A HOT DAY FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. HOT TEMPERATURES TOMORROW. AGAIN, THERE’S A CHANGE. A CHANGE AFOOT. IT DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU LIVE. LOOK AT THIS. 77 FOR THE CITY. 69 NEWBURG. THAT’S A BIG CHANGE, RIGHT? 86 FOR TOMS RIVER. WHAT’S GOING ON? A COLD FRONT SETS UP BASICALLY OVER THE CITY. YOU’RE SOUTH OF THE CITY, YOU’RE IN THE WARM SECTOR OF THE STORM. GOOD TEMPERATURES OUT THERE. IF YOUR NORTH, IT’S COOLER. WE ARE ALL WATCHING, LET’S STEP ON THIS SIDE, GIVE YOU A BETTER VIEW OF THE SHOWERS AND STORMS WE’RE WATCHING. THE STORMS HAVE DWINDLED. LOOK AT THE PURPLE, THE LIGHTNING BOLTS GOING THROUGH THE SCRANTON AREA. JUST SORT OF FADING AWAY, APPROACHING ALLENTOWN, FADING AWAY. BECAUSE THEY’RE LOSING THEIR ENERGY, THE SUN ANGLE’S GETTING LOWER. BY THE TIME THOSE REACH OUR AREA, IF I WAS TO TIME THAT OUT, IT SHOULD GET TO US 8:30 TO 9:30. SOMEWHERE IN THAT TIMEFRAME. THE SUN’S GOING TO BE DOWN, AND YOU WON’T HAVE ENERGY TO SPARK THEM. THERE COULD BE AN ISOLATED STORM OUT THERE TONIGHT. I DON’T THINK THERE’S TOO TOO MUCH. THERE’S A CHANCE OF A BIGGER PICTURE. WE’LL SHOW YOU A BETTER CHANCE FOR YOUR DAY TOMORROW. IT’S CONVOLUTED, BUT IT’S BASICALLY THIS COLD FRONT TO OUR NORTH, ALL RIGHT? AHEAD OF THIS YOU GET THE WARM. THAT’S TODAY. TOMORROW THAT’S GOING TO BE DROPPING DOWN TO THE SOUTH BASICALLY OVER THE CITY LIKE I SAID. SOUTH OF THE CITY BIGGER TEMPERATURES, NORTH OF THE CITY, COOLER AIR. THERE’S THAT RAIN CHANCE AS WELL. WATCH HOW THIS WORKS OUT. GETTING INTO 10:00 P.M. TONIGHT, WE TALK ABOUT THAT RAIN CHANCE, NOT MUCH. CHANCE, JUST NOT MUCH. YOUR DAY ON THURSDAY, 7:00 A.M. THE FRONT IS MAKING ITS PASS INTO THE CITY. YOU COULD HAVE STRONG STORMS EVEN POSSIBLE. 7:00 IN THE MORNING. ALL RIGHT. BUT YOU’RE HEATING UP SOUTH OF THE AREA UNTIL LATER IN THE DAY. LET’S SAY 5:00, 6:00 AT NIGHT OR SO. NOW THAT FRONT HAS DROPPED FURTHER SOUTH. BUT YOU’VE HIT YOUR MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 85, 86 DEGREES. A CHANCE FOR STRONG STORMS PUSHING ON OUT OF THE AREA. FRIDAY THE CLEAR SKIES ARE BACK, BUT IT’S GOING TO BE COOLER OUT THERE. SO YOU ARE 77 TOMORROW WITH A BETTER RISK FOR RAIN. 72 ON FRIDAY BUT THE SKIES ARE GETTING NICE. SATURDAY YOU’RE 78, SUNDAY 83. SATURDAY HAS A BIT BETTER CHANCE FOR RAIN. IF THAT RAIN COMES, IT WOULD BE LATER IN THE DAY. I THINK OKAY DURING THE DAYTIME

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