NEW YORK (WABC) -- A few flood Warnings remained in effect in parts of the Tri-State area after storms prompted a Tornado Watch Monday.
Temperatures will drop Tuesday as the stormy weather clears out and drier air moves in.
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Chillier wind. High of 56.
Brisk and chilly with a high of 44.
Near normal. High of 51.
Shower chance with a high of 50.
Trending drier with a high of 49.
Stray shower with a high of 48.
Storm offshore possible with a high of 44.
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