An approaching storm system to our west, will push a warm front into the Hudson Valley on Sunday. The result will be a rather gray day, and areas of drizzle to contend with.
We expect mainly cloudy skies, with areas of patchy light drizzle across the region. The best chance for scattered showers, will be the western half of the Hudson Valley, and especially the Catskills. This is because we anticipate a small batch of light rain showers to press northeastward during the day on Sunday… and that area of showers should be just off to our west / northwest. So if you see a spotty shower or two… don’t be too surprised.
Afternoon highs will be a bit mild, in response to the passing warm front. Temps should climb into the upper 50s for many places, possibly reaching 60° in a few spots. A peek of sunshine can’t be ruled out… but the day as a whole looks rather gray, with a damp drizzly feel.
We’ll have a warm start to the work week on Monday, before the cold front swings through. After that, it looks like seasonable temps for Tuesday and Wednesday, under a mix of clouds and sunshine.
Hope you have a great Sunday!