Steamy and hazy weather settles in Brooklyn

Gusty and cool weekend for NYC, possible rain Sunday evening - tracking indirect impacts from Lee

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Darryl Green says no rain from Lee is expected as the hurricane passes 300+ miles offshore.

News 12 Staff

Sep 15, 2023, 10:25 AM

Updated 277 days ago



We continue to monitor Lee's track for potential impacts. The storm still looks well offshore with no major direct impact. Coastal impacts are possible - including rip currents and possible beach erosion. Watch the video below for more:
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Darryl Green says Hurricane Lee's outermost clouds are blanketing the city into this afternoon. There is no rain expected as Lee passes 300+ miles offshore.
A high surf advisory and a rip current statement is in effect through 8 p.m. Saturday.
TONIGHT: High clouds overhead but still cool. Lows down to 60.
TOMORROW: Mostly to partly cloudy and blustery. 20-30 mph gusts expected, peaking near midday. Highs near 76. Lows down to 58 under a clear sky.
SUNDAY: A changing forecast with rain possible after 6 p.m. Sunny start but cloudy finish. Highs jump to 78. Lows near 65 with showers at night.
MONDAY: A morning shower, then partly cloudy. Highs near 77. Lows near 64.
TUESDAY - THURSDAY: Back to the sunshine and relatively dry conditions. Highs in the mid- to upper-70s, lows in the mid-60s.

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