Villas across the globe are set to get a little warmer as summer weather returns to the United States.
But it’s the cooler temperatures from this weekend that will be the real news story.
Here are the top stories of the week:New York City, New York City.
The city of New York, which is still struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy, is looking to the skies for a big storm on Saturday.
The National Weather Service is forecasting an 80 percent chance of rain, with some places seeing as much as 60 inches (1,700 millimeters).
The Weather Channel has a preview of what’s to come on Saturday, with reports that the storm could bring wind gusts up to 70 mph (105 kph).
New Jersey and New York State are also expecting to get lots of rain.
In the Northeast, there is a 70 percent chance that the ground will be wet.
Winds are expected to be gusty.
Winds are expected north of the Beltway and east of the Delaware River.
A low near Cape May could also bring gusty winds.
As of Sunday morning, a few locations in New Jersey were already seeing a couple of inches of rain on the ground.
The New York Harbor is seeing 10 to 20 inches of precipitation per hour.
A couple of storm systems are also moving across the Atlantic Ocean, bringing heavy rain to some areas.
It’s a “tremendous event” in Bermuda, according to the Weather Channel.