HUDSON VALLEY WEATHER Sunday, September 23, 2018
24 HOUR FORECAST

Saturday Overnight (12am-6am)

50° - 58°
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Partly Cloudy
DETAILS
Partly cloudy and cool. Low in the low 50s. Calm NE wind.

Sunday Morning (6am-12pm)

50° - 66°
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Partly Sunny
DETAILS
Sunshine mixing with clouds... more sun further north, more clouds further south. Temps in the low 50s... climbing into the mid 60s by noon. South wind 2 to 5mph.

Sunday Afternoon (12pm-6pm)

60° - 70°
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Partly Sunny
DETAILS
Partly cloudy skies... mostly cloudy south of I-84. High in the upper 60s to near 70°. Wind light and variable.

Sunday Evening (6pm-12am)

52° - 66°
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Partly Cloudy
DETAILS
Partly cloudy skies... gradually becoming mostly clear by midnight. Temps in the mid 60s... falling into the mid 50s. Wind light and variable.
FIVE DAY FORECASTSee Detailed Five Day
Sunday, 9/23/18
Weather day
Partly Sunny
68° - 49°
Monday, 9/24/18
Weather day
Increasing Clouds
68° - 52°
Tuesday, 9/25/18
Weather day
Scattered Rain
70° - 64°
Wednesday, 9/26/18
Weather day
Scattered Showers
79° - 59°
Thursday, 9/27/18
Weather day
Mostly Cloudy
69° - 56°



DETAILED FORECAST
Saturday Discussion : Fall Finally Arrives

It’s been a warm and stormy end to August and first half of September.  But all that changes for the weekend across the Hudson Valley.  Fall begins at 9:54pm on Saturday, and that’s fitting as we see a cold front pushing through the region by sunrise on Saturday… and that will shift winds around to ... Read more


Thursday Discussion : Persistent Clouds and Drizzle

Once again the Hudson Valley is wedged between high pressure to our northeast, and low pressure to our SE.  That’s going to keep our flow out of the east/southeast, and leave us with rather unsettled conditions.  Low clouds, fog and drizzle will be the story of our Thursday, as the systems off to our east ... Read more


Tropical Tuesday: Remnants of Florence

A tropical Tuesday across the Hudson Valley as the remnants of Florence continue to push through our area.  The rains have been stretched out along a frontal boundary, so you can see there is a long fetch of rain pushing well west into central PA.  This band of showers and downpours will gradually push east-southeast ... Read more


Sunday Discussion : Florence Devastates the Carolinas

This devastating storm is no longer about the winds, and all about the rain. As Florence pushes further inland, its structure continues to fall apart gradually. At this time, the heaviest rain bands are on the eastern half of the storm. Because of the counter clockwise rotation, the flow off the Atlantic Ocean contains an ... Read more