Get outside while the temperature is still warm because the weather is expected to be a rollercoaster this week.
While the past weekend's forecast was unseasonably warm for October, Tuesday might be one of the last sunny days of the week, with a high in the mid-70s, according to the National Weather Center.
Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be plagued with rain, including a temperature dip between 55 and 70 degrees. Residents should expect the rain to begin on Wednesday at approximately 2 p.m. and last until midday Thursday. While the showers should tapper off before Friday, keep an umbrella nearby as the N.W.C. predicts a 40 percent chance of rainfall.
While no fog or wind should interfere with driving, the humidity rates are set to increase to above 85 percent for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
However, Greenburgh residents can still expect another weekend of sunshine, as Saturday and Sunday are expected to be full of it, with the temperature peaking at around 65 degrees. So don't cancel your weekend plans!
How are you spending your last warm, sunny days of the year?
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