Yesterday's high in Central Park was a gorgeous 80 degrees. That's the first time this month, and only the second time this year, that it's been that warm. A pair of cold fronts, one this afternoon and another late tomorrow, will keep us well away from that mark for at least the next week or two.

Today's cold front will be preceded by a line of showers and possibly a thunderstorm from now until early evening, with the best chance in the early afternoon. Before the front arrives the heavy cloud cover will keep the temperature steady in the mid 60s. Once the front passes the temperature will drop to near 60 and it won't get much cooler than that overnight.

A little wedge of warm, humid air will sneak up the East Coast between fronts tomorrow. That should allow Saturday's high to reach 70 degrees, which is normal for mid-May. The humid air, an approaching cold front and an upper level disturbance are a good recipe for spotty but strong thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. Some of those storms could produce gusty winds and small hail but confidence in that is not too high at present.

What tomorrow's cold front will certainly bring is cooler air. Sunday is going to be sunny and windy but the high temperature will be lucky to hit 60. Expect much the same for Monday. Somewhat warmer but unsettled weather looks to arrive by the middle of next week.