A fine start to the work week for the Hudson Valley. Sunshine will mix with fair weather clouds, and provide a fine summer day. Humidity levels will still be comfortable, making afternoon highs between 80° and 85°, feel quite comfortable.
The issues begin to arrive overnight, as a disturbance from the northwest approaches. A frontal boundary will cause increasing clouds, and spotty showers to reach parts of the valley by morning on Tuesday. Scattered showers will become increasingly likely through the day, with thunderstorms possible during the mid to late afternoon hours.
The further south you go… the better the chance for storms, and even the threat of a strong to severe T-Storm on Tuesday. The National Weather Service has areas south of I-84 in a marginal risk (less than 5% chance) of severe weather on Tuesday. We’re not anticipating severe weather in the Hudson Valley, largely due to the expectation of low clouds and scattered rain showers. This should help stabilize the atmosphere in our area… enough to prevent severe weather anyway. We could certainly still see a T-Storm or two, mixing in with the scattered showers.
There are still some details to work through, but Tuesday’s weather looks rather unsettled for sure. Anyone with outdoor plans, will want to check back for more info as we get closer.
Have a great Monday!