Another weak low pressure trying to develop along the base of a digging trough, as we close out our work week on this Friday. The result has been rain showers to start our day, and those showers will continue through roughly mid day. From that point forward, we should begin drying out around the Hudson Valley, and have some breaks of afternoon sun. Temps will climb into the 60s this afternoon, and the day should end much nicer than it began.
2 Hour Radar Loop : 6:30am – 8:50am
The weekend looks partly to mostly sunny, with highs in the low to mid 60s, and overnight lows in the low to mid 40s. Pretty standard weather for this time of year. Our next shot at rain comes Sunday night and Monday, as yet another low pressure system should try to form along the east coast. Guidance is mixed on whether it becomes a potent fall nor’easter with a soaking rainfall… or if it rolls on out to sea. Something for us to watch for our Monday weather. Until then, things look quiet. We hope everyone has a safe, healthy, and happy weekend!