Clouds will hang around as we start off the day in the Tri State area.
This is due to the same upper level low that has kept in rain and clouds over the last two days. It's finally going to move more to the east today and allow us to see a few more rays of sunshine on the way home from work.Read full story
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Clouds remain for the morning drive but decrease later this afternoon.