Get ready, today is our fourth and last straight day of unseasonably warm weather. A cold front with much cooler air behind it is crossing into northern New York this morning and will pass through the city very early tomorrow morning. Before the front arrives we will have a sunny afternoon with a high in the mid 80s.

There is a slight chance of showers or thunderstorms as the front draws near this evening, but this system doesn't have much moisture to work with. The front that came through earlier in the week stalled off the coast of Virginia, keeping the remnants of tropical storm Julia way to our south where it dropped tons of rain on the eastern reaches of Virginia and North Carolina, but kept us dry.

Tomorrow will probably start off cloudy but the sun should come out by the afternoon. Saturday's high will be in the low 70s, which is cool compared to the last few days but is pretty much normal for the last week of September. Sunday and Monday will be somewhat cooler, with highs in the upper 60s. Monday morning will be chilly, with a low in the lower 50s in the city and the first chance of frost in the Catskills.