A soggy start to the work week, as the radar shows a large area of rain streaming from SW to NE. The majority of the rain is north of the Hudson Valley. The northern half of our viewing area is seeing the areas of steady rain push through, while the SE corner of the valley is mainly dry at this hour. The frontal boundary will continue to push SE today, and that will cause the rain showers to push further south as well. However the back edge of the steady showers may push through the region by mid afternoon (between 1pm and 4pm). So we should begin to dry out as we head into the evening commute.
NW winds will become quite gusty this afternoon… 20 to 30mph at times. That will be a brisk reminder of the colder air infiltrating the Hudson Valley. Rain showers will taper off this evening, and temps will drop into the mid 30s before sunrise on Tuesday. A chilly Halloween shaping up, with highs in the mid to upper 40s, but with relatively light winds. Trick-or-treat weather looks dry and chilly, with temps in the low to mid 40s between 5pm and 8pm.
Stay dry Hudson Valley!