New York was slammed with heavy rain and high winds on Sunday, the fifth anniversary of superstorm Sandy.
The city received about 2 to 3 inches of rain, as of Monday morning, the National Weather Service said. The highest total was recorded in Staten Island at 3.8 inches.
Wind gust were as high as 49 mph, the weather agency said. A wind advisory will remain in effect until 2 p.m. Monday.
There is a chance of rain until around noon, and then it is expected to clear up, the NWS said.
Tuesday is expected to be sunny and the rest of the week will be cloudy, but dry, meteorologists said.
There is a high of 57 degrees on Monday and Tuesday and a high of 56 degrees predicted for Wednesday.