On Saturday, the front to our south goes stationary, while the front to our north will continue to push in our direction. Skies will start off mostly sunny, but clouds will begin to build during the afternoon. While a small chance of a shower or storm is possible, rain doesn't look likely at this point. Afternoon high will be around 85º and winds will be out of the southwest to west at 5-10 mph, with gusts up to 25 mph possible at times.
The approaching front will stall out over the northern parts of New York on Sunday, while the southern front stays in place. This will put us in a place where we'll have a higher chance of showers and storms throughout the day, with the most activity occurring in the afternoon. Rain also looks likely during the pre-dawn hours as well, so track may still be wet when the gates open. High will be around 81º. Chance of rain is at 40% for now. Winds will once again be out of the southwest to west at 5-10 mph, with gusts up to 25 mph possible at times.