A fantastic start to our Thursday across the Hudson Valley, with lots of sunshine and blue skies. Temps have started out a bit chilly, in the low 30s for many places. But under sunshine and a light NW wind, we’ll see temperatures today climb up toward 50°… which is a few degrees below average for this time of year. But if you’ve got outdoor plans on this autumn Thursday… you should be just fine, as long as you have a jacket.
As we look toward Friday, we’ve got another storm system approaching from the southwest. Clouds will increase late tonight, and into Friday morning. Scattered showers are likely to develop during the mid afternoon hours on Friday, with a steady, soaking rain Friday night.
Another 1.0″ of rain appears likely, as this storm system pushes though. The further south you go… the better the chances of the higher rainfall amounts.
Then this weekend, the temperatures tumble into the mid 40s, with strong wind gusts. That will make for a wintry feel this weekend, with wind chills in the 30s. Get ready for some big changes in the coming days!