The cold front passed through the city late yesterday morning, putting an end to excessive humidity and widely scattered showers. How scattered were they? Nearly an inch of rain was measured at LaGuardia when a thunderstorm cell developed over northern Queens early Monday afternoon. Twelve miles south JFK only received .03 inches of rain and Central Park only saw .08 inches.

There is no chance of rain today as high pressure settles in this afternoon. All the sun may push this afternoon's high into the lower 80s. Another cold front tonight will usher in a cool Canadian air mass tomorrow. Thursday's high will only reach the mid 70s. The coolest air arrives Friday when the morning low might dip into the lower 50s and the afternoon high is expected to be in the low 70s.

After a cool morning, look for Saturday's high to rebound to the mid or upper 70s under clear skies. The next chance for any significant weather will be on Sunday when another cold front is expected to reach the city, but as of now that significant weather only looks like a slight chance of scattered showers.