Today and tomorrow are going to be the last of the warm fall days as a coastal storm will change things considerably on Wednesday. With high pressure over the Mid-Atlantic coast pushing dry air our way today this afternoon will see a high in the mid 60s, maybe even upper 60s, and nary a cloud in the sky. A weak cold front passing through tomorrow afternoon will bring clouds and perhaps a few sprinkles, but Tuesday's high should again reach the mid 60s.

The weather is going to take a turn to the cool and rainy late Tuesday night and into Wednesday as a coastal low forms and moves northward. This month Central Park has only seen three-tenths of an inch of rain. That's a ten percent of normal! While the heaviest rain should stay east of the city on Wednesday, we could add a quarter-inch to this month's total.

Cool air arrives behind the storm. Wednesday's high will only be in the lower 50s. The sun may return on Thursday but it will be windy and the high will be in the mid 50s. Friday and the weekend will see a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 50s and lows in the lower 40s. Well, the Weather Channel is saying lows in the mid 30s but that seems a bit nutty.