NEW YORK CITY — Sun will likely return over the weekend, but don't get too happy: there are more gray days ahead, forecasters said.
The city has received more than an inch of rain since May 1, but the clouds will likely break come Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
"It's going to cloud up again Saturday night and probably become sunny Sunday afternoon and Monday looks like a really nice day," said the NWS' Carlie Buccola.
The dreary week was caused by a low pressure are called an "omega block" that stalled over our area causing rain and clouds, Buccola said.
It rained every day since May 1 except Thursday, dumping 1.18 inches of water on the city, Buccola said.
Those rainy days will break over the weekend and Monday, but return some time mid-week, forecasters said.