Listen: Mark, Long Island And Craig Allen discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"Now mostly the form of rain and definitely eastern Long Island. Where temperatures are in the low forties to the only problem that we still have left is the actual icing. That's already on some untreated surfaces up towards the I eighty four corridor in the Hudson valley as well as Connecticut, that's where temperatures are still just around the freezing. Mark, but it will be rising there to looks like he could even brighten up a little bit today. High forty four to. Forty eight not much what he could. And then showers come back tonight, though, thirty five to forty after that, it is a colder weather pattern with varying amounts of clouds a blustery day tomorrow winds gusting over forty temperatures will fall from the forties into the thirties. And the all tees one five day forecast mostly sunny, it's a cold Thursday about thirty five Friday, mostly sunny, only near thirty Saturday. Increasing clouds still cold highs near thirty right now. The majority of the weather maps indicating a storm goes by to our south Saturday night and Sunday right now in the city. It is forty humidity. Ninety seven percent still damp out there rains just about done, but still some fog and drizzle here and there and today's high forty four to forty eight Craig Allen in the weather center at seven twenty on Tuesday morning. If you want your team to win you had better. Hope the Drake Drake."