2005_08_katrina_track.jpgWhat's left of Hurricane Katrina is expected to move up the Ohio and St. Lawrence Valleys, well west of New York. That doesn't mean we'll be spared the last gasps of her fury. Today's humidity has been pulled up from the tropics by the hurricane. Showers and thunderstorms are likely. Isolated today, more widespread tomorrow into tomorrow night.

The moisture will be swept out of here by a cold front tomorrow night. The end of the week and holiday weekend should be clear and dry, with high temperatures in the upper-70s to low-80s. According to the Weather Service it may actually be cool on Sunday night. As of now they are predicting lows in the upper 50s. The Weather Channel thinks temperatures will stay a bit higher than the NWS predictions. Either way Gothamist is currently looking at perfect weather for North America's largest parade.