NEW YORK (WABC) -- We get some relief Friday from the wildfire smoke drifting south from Canada, as air quality improves.
The day is also a bit unsettled, including the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm.
The National Weather Service has issued an Air Quality Alert for New York City and the Tri-State area due to the smoky conditions.
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Cool and unsettled. High 69.
Stray shower. High 76.
Warm for the Puerto Rican Day Parade. High 80.
Showers at night. High 76.
Showers, especially in the morning. High 77.
Sun and clouds. High 77.
Partly sunny. High 80.
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