Aiden Hanifi, 8, of Roslyn enjoys time at Christopher Morley Park...

Aiden Hanifi, 8, of Roslyn enjoys time at Christopher Morley Park on a cloudy, cool Tuesday. Credit: Chris Ware

A cloudy, cool Tuesday will give way to rain in the predawn hours of Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.

Showers are expected to last through Wednesday morning, clear briefly in the afternoon and then possibly return at night, with the high temperature predicted to be around 60 degrees.

Thursday finally brings a sunny day with seasonable temperatures near 70 degrees, the weather service said. But Friday, Saturday and Sunday all hold a strong chance of rain.

The high Friday will be about 57 degrees, then temperatures will rise through the 60s for the weekend, despite the wet outlook, the weather service said.

Then just in time for the workweek, forecasters say the sun should return Monday, with highs in the mid-60s.

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