New Yorker can expect fall weather to stay its course, although winds should die down after the weekend's bluster.
The National Weather Service predicts clear skies on both Monday and Tuesday, with temperatures reaching as high as 63 degrees at the start of the week as a cold front creeps in.
Tuesday is expected to cool down some with a high of 51 degrees. Both days will stay breezy with winds reaching between 5 to 9 miles per hour as the cold front heads south.
The clouds make a comeback on Wednesday, with a chance of showers hitting the five boroughs by the evening.
Rainy weather should persist through all of Thursday and early Friday, with temperatures hovering at a high of 59 to 62 degrees.
The streets should dry out and skies clear up again come Saturday, when meteorologists predict partly cloudy weather with a high close to 56 degrees.