Warm weekend temps in the 70s for NYC

NOW: Gorgeous! Plenty of sun and temps near 70. Fog rolls in overnight into Saturday.
NEXT: Weather whiplash for Election Day - from near 80 Monday to the mid-50s Tuesday with a chilly breeze.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Darryl Green says the weekend will be sunny. A record high on Sunday is expected possibly reaching 75 degrees.
TONIGHT: Fog develops by 9 p.m., dense at times by dawn. Otherwise not as cool. Lows around 60.
TOMORROW: Areas of dense fog through mid-morning, then mostly sunny and warm. Highs up to 75. Record is 78. Lows around 63.
SUNDAY: Sunny start, afternoon clouds. Highs up to 75. Record is 74. Showers expected to remain west of New York City at night. Lows near 65.
MONDAY: Morning clouds give way to a sunny afternoon. Highs up to 78. Record is 78. Lows near 55 with a cold front passing by (no rain expected).
TUESDAY: Starting the cooldown. Mostly sunny. Highs only near 58 early. Wind gusts of 20+ mph possible. Lows near 44.
WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY: Cooler but dry. A chance of showers arrives late Friday into next Saturday. Highs dropping to near 60. Lows in the mid-40s.