Stellar Sunday Followed by Unsettled Memorial Day Monday

The Hudson Valley enjoyed a beautiful Saturday afternoon, and will dodge some scattered showers and T-storms Saturday evening. But Sunday looks to be a repeat of Saturday in many ways across the Hudson Valley and Catskills.
Sunshine mixed with fair weather clouds, along with highs in the low to mid 80s on Sunday. Humidity levels will be a bit elevated, but similar to what we saw on Saturday. A fine day for outdoor activities and gatherings.
However any Memorial Day activities will have some unsettled weather to contend with. A storm system pushing east in Canada will drag a frontal boundary across the eastern US and Hudson Valley on Monday. This will spread clouds across the valley early on Monday, and a few scattered rain showers and localized downpours are possible by mid day on Monday.
It may not be a complete ‘washout’… as the futurecast radar image shows bands of showers and embedded T-Storms developing and rotating through the region during the afternoon hours. There are likely to be several bands of showers & T-Storms pushing through the valley… so most of the afternoon does look unsettled. Anyone with outdoor plans may want to factor this in… as you may need to take shelter from the rain showers more than once Monday afternoon and evening.
We’ll keep our eyes on these details as we get closer. And share an update on Sunday. Also keep an eye out for our updates on the shower & T-Storm potential for Saturday night. Thanks for all the continued support!!

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