NEW YORK — After a very cold start to April this weekend, temperatures climbed into the 50s on Monday with mostly sunny skies and a lighter breeze.
Monday will be the day to enjoy the great outdoors because the tri-state area has two storms underway this week that could affect the Yankees’ opener on Thursday.
The first system will arrive Tuesday afternoon with rain moving from south to north after noon, reaching the city in the afternoon with heavier rain falling overnight and Wednesday morning.
Wednesday afternoon and evening the rain is expected to taper off as the storm moves away and the second storm approaches from the west bringing more rain and even the possibility of a few thunderstorms for Thursday and the first game in Yankee house.
Get the umbrellas ready!
Maximum: 55 degrees; mixed clouds, breezy sun, and a mostly cloudy night with lows in the 40s;
Maximum: 55 degrees; cloudy with rain in the afternoon;
High: 54 degrees; cloudy with some rain;
High: 54 degrees; mostly cloudy with possible thunderstorms;
Maximum: 62 degrees; clouds and sun