Rain boots and umbrellas will remain in the forecast for many across the Northeast after several inches of rain have already fallen over the region this past week. A pesky Low pressure system stalled over the Ohio Valley will keep the weather unsettled right through the weekend.
Parts of New Jersey have been battling the flooding threat since Wednesday. Up to 13 inches of rain has fallen in some locations which has led to Flood Warnings that are now in effect. Any additional rain will quickly become runoff and exacerbate ongoing flooding.
For New Yorkers, dreary skies, light rain, and even patchy fog will dampen their weekend through Sunday. Highs will likely struggle to get into the lower to mid 60s and lows will rang from the lower 50s inland, to around 60’s across the coast.
The upcoming work week looks much more pleasant with fall like temperatures but sunshine to enjoy the first week of October outdoors.