Heavy rains hit New York City on Thursday afternoon.
The hot weather will last for the next five days, the National Weather Service said.
"We’ll be wet basically through Tuesday late in the day," forecasters said.
National Weather Service forecasters issued a thunderstorm watch for New York City.
New York's expected to have great weather.
Temperatures for the month have been 7 degrees above average, forecasters said.
It's predicted to rain for four days.
City airports were seeing delays and hundreds of flights were canceled because of the storm.
Light flurries could turn to a "real sloppy mess," the National Weather Service said.
The National Weather Service predicts there's more winter weather to come.
Sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s may give way to a snow storm Friday night, meteorologists said.
The city is bracing for four to six inches of snow Thursday.
The city is bracing for another storm that's set to affect the evening rush hour Tuesday.
While temperatures will remain near or above freezing, get ready for some sloppy days ahead.
February's average temperature of 24.1 degrees is the fourth coldest in recorded history.
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