The rains have finally ended, and we’ll see the Hudson Valley dry out for a couple days. That’s extremely welcome news to almost all of us. For Wednesday and Thursday, we anticipate partly to mostly sunny skies, with seasonably mild temperatures. Highs on Wednesday could approach 60°, while highs on Thursday should be a few degrees cooler… in the low 50s.
Our next chance of rain arrives on Friday, as another storm system approaches from the west. Another half inch, to inch and a half of rain are possible. Timing the system, it appears that the rain begins late morning, and lasts into early evening. So any Friday afternoon plans should begin to take rain into the equation.
Things then turn blustery and cold for the weekend. Strong NW winds gusting over 20mph… combined with temperatures in the low 40s… to generate wind chills in the 30s across the region. So a late fall, early winter preview heading our way for the coming weekend. More details as we get closer!