Saturday Discussion: Gray Day Before the Chill

Clouds, drizzle and spotty showers will be the story for our Saturday.  We have a SW flow out ahead of an arctic cold front approaching from the Great Lakes.  That will mean gray skies… possibly some peeks of afternoon sun… and areas of drizzle, even a spot shower.  Any rain that does fall, won’t be especially heavy, with the late day scattered showers likely being the heaviest.  Temps will push Into the upper 50s for highs today, possibly breaking 60 degrees in spots.

Big changes on the way for Sunday, as the arctic front pushes through tonight, and provides a biting chill for Sunday.  Highs only into the mid 40s… even upper 30s in the Catskills.  In addition, some scattered snow showers and flurries are possible in the higher elevations… primarily the Catskills.

So our weekend will start out seasonably cool and mild… and end with a winter preview.  Hope your Saturday is a great one!!

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