First, a big Gothamist thank you to all of your reports, photos and videos from yesterday's storm and the resulting damage. A trained spotter observed a funnel cloud over Staten Island and this video linked in the epic storm post does shows a textbook example of a funnel cloud, if not a small tornado, extending out of a wall cloud over Perth Amboy. Whether or not it was a tornado or straight-line winds that caused the damage over the city will be determined by National Weather Service meteorologists today (Severe Weather CSI!).

The cold front finally passed through the city between nine and ten this morning, putting any chance of severe weather to rest. Look for clearing skies and a high in the mid to upper 70s this afternoon. A few isolated showers may pop up tonight but they will be widely scattered. Morning clouds will give way to clear skies again tomorrow and we're looking at another round of mid 70s. Sunday may reach the low 80s with a sun and cloud mix behind a weak cold front.

Igor, Julia and Karl. Three hurricanes at the same time in the Atlantic Basin. That hasn't happened since 1998. Igor, unfortunately, looks like it will blast through Bermuda on Sunday as a Category 3 storm. Julia should stay in the mid-Atlantic far away from land, and Karl's about to come onshore in central Mexico as a Category 3 storm.