The storm cell that brought hail to Yonkers last night skipped the Bronx only to hit Nassau County. The Weather Service is sending meteorologists out this morning to see if some of the damage was caused by a tornado.

Nothing so exciting is expected today. A northerly breeze should keep the region dry for much of the day. There may be a few clouds this afternoon as a weak upper level disturbance scoots across the region. The NWS is calling for a slight chance of showers but we suspect that's just to be on the safe side. Today's high should be in the upper 70s.

Even drier air filters into the region overnight. That means clear skies for the next couple of days. Tomorrow's high will be in the mid 70s while Friday is expected to be a couple degrees warmer. Rain looks like it will return sometime over the weekend. The timing is not yet clear so we may be able to squeeze in a sunny and warm Saturday.