In the wake of soaking rainfall, where the Hudson Valley saw another 3/4 to 1 inch of rain… we’re watching temperatures begin to tumble behind an arctic cold front. Strong NW winds will usher in the coldest air of the season to date…
Just how cold are these temperatures for this time of year? Well… let’s just say it will feel more typical of mid January, rather than mid November. A true shock to the system headed our way for Wednesday….
And when you factor in the NW winds gusting over 20mph at times on Wednesday, the wind chills across the region, will bring the core of winter to the Hudson Valley.
So make sure you bundle up before heading out the door on Wednesday. Get the kids out the door with the winter jackets and hats, because the chill will get to the bone.
We know that everyone is REALLY interested in the snow potential for Thursday afternoon and evening. We’ve been digging in, and have a comprehensive discussion coming. But in the meantime, check our DETAILED 5 DAY FORECAST for Thursday. Our first taste of winter is on the way… now we’re going to work on the details of Timing… impacts… and snowfall amounts.