nick gregory? nick: well, those are good points. that's true. when you do your workouts, it's the last two or three reps when you're pushing the muscle -- as long as you keep the form. you've got to keep the form. if you break form, don't do that rep. give two days rest a week. you shouldn't work out really more than six days in a row. rest on the seventh day. steve: that's true. nick: that's my advice. and rotate the muscle groups. exactly correct. steve: a trainer, too. kerry: he does everything. nick: let the larger muscle groups rest or you won't get the gains. on to the weather now. now you have your weekend workout plans coming your way. the weather will cooperate. we will be talking about either a cold forecast tomorrow but a nice warmup on sunday. you can take the workout outdoors. it will be in the upper 50s sunday. 38, 39 today. 41 to boston. 41 philly. look to the west. didn't get above 30 as you got towards buffalo and only 31 in pittsburgh. we look at fox 5 sky guardian. a couple of clouds have been in the sky, but nothing as far as
nick gregory is here. >> meterologist: yes. ahead of a cold front today. the wind coming up out of the southwest. temperature cook off. the sunshine that got through the clouds. 59 in new york city. that was not a record. 64 in islip was the new record for them. bridgeport and poughkeepsie. didn't get above 50, egg tho. 61 at the jersey shore. acin a, find temperatures have cooled the cold front has passed and brought showers. look now, 36 monticello. 40 in the hudson valley. town. as a you move out. mid 40's found there as well. take a lack. no rain sitting westward. showers scooting the east end. they are headed out to the future cast shows they will continue to move away leaving us with sunshine tomorrow. today. another nine degrees before average. temperatures in the it for a storm that is causing the blizzard conditions in iowa, nebraska to come or way for wednesday. that is going to bring clouds and some wind a in rain. of they the afternoon and the evening. pretty good downpours m. so the result has been for flood watch to be posted for late wednesd
nick gregory is here with a first look at what could be a beautiful weekend. nick: it will be a nice warmup is coming. a little roller coaster ride in temperatures this weekend. in the process, we have a couple of snow showers going on upnorth as you head towards the hudson valley and towards parts of central new york state. we may see a few of these scattered rain or snow showers this evening. not a big deal. again, possibly later tonight. it's pretty chilly, in the middle 30s. islip, 33. 39 poughkeepsie. 36 as you get to belmar. we're talking a southerly wind moving into play overnight into tomorrow. there goes the rain or snow showers. they'll go away by tomorrow. we'll get back to a good amount of sunshine through most of the day and temperatures will be responding with a southwest wind that will be breezy at 10 to 20 we'll look for temperatures in the middle 50s tomorrow. sunday looks good. sun and clouds. we'll watch a quick hitting disturbance moving up from the south and west that might bring rain to the area sunday night. 35 tonight with rain or snow
steve: nick gregory with what to expect in morning. nick: mild, our high for the day. we're pretty much done with the rain, on fox 5 sky guardian, the line of ryan now, downpours east of the twin forks. all slowly moving eastward, look at wide view on fox 5 sky guardian 3-d. lining up southwest to northeast, that is part of is going to move slowly to the east of new england. a storm will move up along that. we were concerned earlier, ask kind of poohpood the idea. flood watches up tomorrow afternoon are in central new jersey. on top of melting snow, they had one of higher snow fall totals during the blizzard, temperatures right now, amazing february 3, in upper 50s. some areas over 60. 55 in islip, and 57 in newark. watch future cast. that area of rain, exits to the east, a couple showers. more sun in afternoon, here comes that it is turbans, clouds come back tomorrow night it will be close. there has been west ward trend in some computer models, mixing rain, and snow. it should motte accumulate in to 3 inch accumulation from commack area to eastern end of long island.
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