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Co-op City Moon by Somebody Shouted McIntyre on Flickr
Nearly perfect weather is in store for the last weekend of summer. Easterly winds circulating around a high pressure system centered over the Bay of Fundy will keep the city cool today. Expect a high only in the upper 60s this afternoon. The last time the city failed to reach 70 degrees was on May 28th. Winds will shift in a clockwise direction through the weekend as the high moves eastward. The wind shift will warm the city into the lower 70s tomorrow and maybe up to 80 by Sunday. There's a slight chance we'll see some clouds tomorrow morning and again on Sunday.

Any chance of clouds will be swept away following the passage of a cold front on Sunday night. It will be a sunny start to autumn on Monday. Clear skies should continue well into next week. Expect highs the comfortable upper 60s and lows in the 50s. It currently looks like the next chance of rain will be a week from today.