Record warmth possible Monday in NYC, but not as humid

Storm Watch meteorologist Allan Nosoff says record warmth is possible again Monday with highs in the mid-to upper-70s. It won’t be as humid.
OVERNIGHT: Mostly cloudy. An isolated shower possible. Lows around 66.
TOMORROW: Any shower ends by 7 a.m., then turning sunny and warm. Highs up to 78. Record is 78. Lows crash to 48 with a cold front passing by (no rain expected).
TUESDAY - ELECTION DAY: Dramatic drop. Mostly sunny and breezy. Highs only near 55. Wind gusts of 20-25 mph expected. Lows near 42.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and chilly. Highs near 54. Lows around 45.
THURSDAY: Milder but dry. Highs up to 64. Lows around 53.
FRIDAY - VETERANS DAY: Increasing clouds with rain possible by the evening. Potential for heavy rain at night. Highs near 66. Lows around 55.
SATURDAY: A lot of uncertainty with a cold front and potential tropical energy moving toward NYC. A chance of heavy rain, especially early. Highs near 63 early. Temps crashing into the 30s at night. Likely our coldest stretch so far begins Sunday.