Yesterday afternoon's downpour dropped a half-month's worth of rain on portions of the city in less than two hours. Central Park led the way with over two inches of rain. There is a slight chance of a scattered thunderstorm this afternoon but most likely yesterday's shower was the last we'll see for a few days. Today's high should stay in the mid 80s under a mix of sun and clouds.

The cool, dry air behind the cold front that will pass through the city this evening will put an end to any chance of rain. Tomorrow might be the first cooler than normal day in two weeks. Hot fact: Since May 20th more than three out of four days have been warmer than normal in New York City. In Houston, Dallas and Oklahoma City, 95% of days have been warmer than average since late May. Thursday's high should reach the lower 80s. Expect the same on Friday.

Humidity will begin to build again on Saturday, as this high pressure system moves eastward. The next storm system is expected to arrive sometime in the late-Saturday, early-Sunday time frame. It is still early but Sunday is shaping up to be a showery, thunderstormy type of day.