Wednesday Afternoon T-Storms Possible

After several days of highs in the low 90s… the heat will break a bit on Wednesday.  The same can’t be said for the humidity, however… as we’ll have dew points around 70°, making for a rather unstable atmosphere.  As a result, we’ll be watching the potential for afternoon T-Storms.

Futurecast Radar: 10am – 10pm Wednesday

The Hudson Valley is located in the lower right quadrant of this futurecast radar.  You’ll notice a line of showers and thunderstorms try to develop over the SE half of the Hudson Valley, mainly from 2pm and beyond.  So we expect the threat of T-Storms to be highest near and south of I-84… mainly after 1 or 2pm in the afternoon.  It’s possible a couple storms could go from strong to severe, so be on your guard Wednesday afternoon.

The humidity breaks a bit by Thursday, with sunshine returning.  Some seasonable, summer weather for the 2nd half of the work week.

2 thoughts on “Wednesday Afternoon T-Storms Possible

  1. Why does the above “Futurecast Radar: 10am – 10pm Wednesday” model show the front moving almost perpendicular to and in a different location of the state from what the radar has been showing the front to be doing today?

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