Let the tall tales begin! What will you tell your grandchildren when they ask you about Umbrellageddon? JFK had a wind gust of 75 mph on Saturday night and Central Park led the city's precipitation parade with 4.62 inches of rain through 11:00 this morning. We suspect more rain than that fell on Staten Island because Elizabeth, NJ recorded 7.63 inches, but the Weather Service has yet to receive any reports from Richmond County. Perhaps their power is still out. With slightly less than perfect timing, Flood Safety Awareness Week begins today.

The center of the storm is still south of the city but most of the rain associated with it has moved over New England. We'll see a mix of light rain and drizzle along with increasing wind this afternoon. Watch out for the trees! The temperature will hold steady in the mid 40s all day.

The climb toward Spring begins again tomorrow. Tuesday will start cloudy but should clear by afternoon when the high will reach the mid 50s. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday will all be sunny with highs around 60, or slightly warmer.