The radar has quieted down, and a mild, damp air mass has settled in over the Hudson Valley. Low clouds and fog, along with drizzle are the story this morning, and it will be the story for much of the day. The steady showers are NE of the HV, and the back side of the storm is back in western PA and West Virginia. It will push NE through the day, but likely will remain NW of our region. Our best chance of rain showers will be later this afternoon (likely between 2pm and 7pm). Otherwise a gray, damp and foggy day with temps in the 40s to low 50s.
Temps will cool down tonight, and winds will begin to gust out of the west on into Sunday. That will bring us a chilly Sunday, and set the stage for our next storm between Monday night into Tuesday morning. We will have a discussion that focuses on that threat a bit later today. You can find our preliminary ideas in the 5 day forecast section.
But as it appears right now, our Monday evening commute could be impacted… and our Tuesday AM commute is likely to be impacted.
Have a great Saturday, Hudson Valley!