Now that Hurricane Irma has been downgraded to Tropical Storm Irma as it moves farther inland and toward the north, let's take a look at what WE can expect from this system.

By the time the tri-state begins to feel any effects from Irma, it will merely be a tropical depression, but that still means we'll probably get a decent amount of rain.

Here's what the National Weather Service is saying:

National Weather Service

And here are projected temperatures from the Eyewitness News Weather App:

Eyewitness News Weather App

Just like with Harvey, this tropical system will also bring much cooler temperatures, so grab the long sleeves and get ready.