A low-pressure system off to our west gave the five boroughs a gray and dreary day on Sunday, and conditions were unseasonably cold as temperatures were nearly 20 degrees below-normal. The winds were an issue as well, as gusts exceeded 30mph in a number of locations.

The gray skies and brisk winds are expected to stay in place through Monday morning, and we could see a decent amount of rainfall as well. Downpours and thunderstorms are possible through the noon hour, and 1 to 2 inches of rain could fall in some locations. A rumble or two of thunder is possible as well. Some clearing is likely after the noon hour, but, the chance for showers will remain. Look for any lingering raindrops to taper-off Monday night.

Looking ahead, temperatures are expected to remain at seasonable levels throughout the week. Afternoon highs will primarily be in the mid and upper 50s, but, a few 60s are possible as well. Tuesday and Wednesday are looking bright and dry, but, more wet weather is possible on Thursday and Friday.