A storm over the Atlantic Ocean, a high pressure over the Great Lakes, and the Hudson Valley in between. The end result will be a very nice start to the work week in our area.
A NW wind in the Hudson Valley will be the result of the front edge of high pressure trying to keep us sunny and dry. An ocean storm will back it’s way into eastern New England, and bring a mix of rain and snow into Maine. But the approaching high pressure will block the New England storm from reaching the Hudson Valley. The end result should be mostly sunny skies, with afternoon highs in the low 60s. A few high clouds could approach from the east Monday evening… as that ocean storm tries its best to reach the Hudson Valley. In the end, high pressure should win out, and aside from some clouds Monday night, we should remain dry. Sunshine should return for Tuesday, and give us another fine spring day in the region… that looks a lot like Monday’s weather.
We hope everyone’s week gets off to a great start. The detailed 5 day forecast can be found here : HVW 5 Day Forecast