The rain's gone away and the clouds should soon follow. Yesterday's one-two punch of storms, which dropped about an inch of rain on the city, has moved up to the Canadian Maritimes Behind those storms a meek high pressure system from the west working up the courage to approach the big city.

First up we may get a few patches of sun later this afternoon and a high in the mid 50s. There should be more than just patches of sun in the city tomorrow, but Saturday's high will only be in the lower 50s.

It will be chilly on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge early Sunday morning (don't forget to turn your clocks back!). The temperature will be in the mid 30s at the start of the marathon. Sunday's high will be about 50 degrees under sunny skies. A warming trend is expected to start on Monday as the high pressure system moves east of the city.