Wind-chill temperatures are expected to be in the teens Sunday as a cold front hits the city.
A tornado watch was issued for parts of New York and New Jersey until 5 p.m. today.
A Labor Day storm was expected to drop one to two inches of rain per hour Monday afternoon.
The warning is expected to last through the afternoon, officials said.
Temperatures are expected to get up to 97 degrees but will feel like 103 degrees, forecasters warn.
Heat and humidity were expected to envelop New York through Sunday, the NWS said.
The National Weather Service's heat advisory lasted through Sunday night.
Temperatures are expected to reach 90 on Wednesday for the third straight day.
A heat advisory is in effect across the city until 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Winds could reach up to 30 miles per hour tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
The weekend was expected to be chilly and rainy, according to the National Weather Service.
Three inches of rain hit southern Brooklyn Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Commuters could face slow traffic conditions because of snow, Monday evening, forecasters say.
Early-morning snow Friday made for a messy rush-hour commute.
Expect strong winds and low temperatures on Monday before Tuesday's high of 45.
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