Some clouds and patchy light drizzle in spots will start our Tuesday, thanks to a weak warm front out ahead of another arctic cold front. We should see some sunshine mixing in with the clouds by mid to late morning… and a fairly decent afternoon should be shaping up. A mix of sunshine and clouds, along with highs in the upper 50s to possibly even 60° (which seems more impressive than it should of late).
The front will approach this evening, with scattered late day showers (especially in the Catskills), before things get blustery and colder tonight. We’re continuing to monitor a coastal storm that will develop Friday night and into Saturday along the Mid-Atlantic. Exceptionally strong blocking in SE Canada should block the storm and keep it along the coast, or even onshore. That may translate into some rain and strong winds Saturday on into Sunday.
Some of you may have heard the ‘s’ word mentioned for this weekend. Well, the Catskills are not out of the woods yet… and could see some wet snow at the highest elevations. But for the bulk of the Hudson Valley, it would take an extraordinary event, with a perfect setup. Unfortunately for you snow lovers… this does not look to be that ideal setup. But we’ll continue to monitor the situation through the week. We’ll have more as we get closer to the weekend, and get better details. Have a great Tuesday!