HUDSON VALLEY WEATHER Saturday, July 11, 2020
24 HOUR FORECAST

Saturday Morning

68° - 84°
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Mostly Cloudy
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Mostly cloudy skies... warm and humid. A shower or T-Shower possible near noon. Temps near 70° early... pushing into the 80s by noon. South wind 5 to 10mph

Saturday Afternoon

80° - 90°
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Scattered Thunderstorms
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Clouds mixing with sunshine... warm and very humid. A few scattered T-Storms possible. High in the mid to upper 80s. Real feel in upper 80s to low 90s. SSW wind 5 to 10mph.

Saturday Evening

68° - 82°
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Hazy
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An evening shower or T-Storm... otherwise variable clouds, warm and muggy. Temps in the low 80s at sunset... falling into the low 70s by midnight. SW wind 4 to 9mph.

Saturday Overnight

68° - 74°
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Partly Cloudy
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Variable clouds... warm and muggy. Low around 70°. SW wind 5 to 10mph.
FIVE DAY FORECASTSee Detailed Five Day
Saturday
Weather day
Scattered Thunderstorms
88° - 69°
Sunday
Weather day
Partly Sunny
86° - 68°
Monday
Weather day
Partly Sunny
85° - 66°
Tuesday
Weather day
Partly Sunny
82° - 62°
Wednesday
Weather day
Partly Sunny
86° - 67°



DETAILED FORECAST
Saturday Discussion : Nature Never Stops

Yesterday was an eventful day across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Tropical storm Fay made landfall just north of Atlantic City, New Jersey with winds of 50 mph. Interestingly, Fay made landfall within miles of the same location as Irene (2011) and Sandy (2012). Coastal portions of Maryland, Delaware, and southern New Jersey took the brunt ... Read more


Friday Discussion : Here Comes Fay

As of 11am on Friday, Tropical Storm Fay has maximum sustained winds of 60mph, and it’s heading for the Hudson Valley… The radar loop over the past hour or so paints a soggy picture for the Hudson Valley, as Tropical Storm Fay’s outer rain bands move into the lower Hudson Valley. Radar Loop : 10am ... Read more


Thursday Discussion : Tropical System… Fay?

Model guidance is coming to an agreement that our region will experience impacts from a tropical or subtropical system on Friday & Saturday. As of this morning, the center of low pressure is located roughly 60 miles offshore of Wilmington, North Carolina. As the system tracks northward near or just offshore of North Carolina’s Outer ... Read more


Monday Midday Discussion : Heat, Humidity, & Afternoon T’storms

Another hot summer day with increasing humidity will be the story again today. These conditions along with an approaching backdoor cold front and shortwave trough will result in the chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms, especially in the southern half of the Hudson Valley, where current model guidance suggests the most coverage. Nonetheless, the entire ... Read more