After a gorgeous Saturday with highs in the 70s… our Sunday doesn’t look quite as nice… but still should be a winner in terms of weather.
We’ll have steadily increasing mid and high level clouds through the day. But we should also manage some breaks of sunshine along the way. Afternoon highs should still make their way into the mid and upper 60s around the Hudson Valley, thanks to a decent southerly flow.
As the afternoon progresses, we’ll see a few spotty rain showers and sprinkles around parts of the valley. These should be very few and far between until after 4pm… but we can’t rule out the chance for a spot shower or two. Tonight, clouds will thicken and scattered showers will become more common. The heavier rain and thunderstorms don’t arrive until well after midnight… likely between 2am and 6am. The line of storms could pack a punch, and the Hudson Valley is on the northern edge of a slight risk of severe weather per the NOAA NWS Storm Prediction Center. We’ll monitor the threat again tonight, but the primary concern is wind gusts over 50mph with the squall line.
For now, everyone enjoy what should end up being a fairly decent mid-April day!