Wednesday Discussion: Sun Fades Late

We’ll start our Wednesday off chilly with temps in the 20s, but with lots of sunshine across the Hudson Valley.  But as the day progresses, we’ll see more and more high clouds increasing around the region.  A SW wind will help pull temperatures up toward the 50° mark by mid afternoon… right about where we should be for this time of the year.  Skies look mainly cloudy skies by sunset.  We could see a few sprinkles around sunset in a few spots… but generally cloudy skies should carry us through the night.
Things warm up even more for Thursday and Friday, as we get a slight taste of early spring weather.  Complete details on the forecast are on the mobile app or website.  Hope everyone has a great day!

3 thoughts on “Wednesday Discussion: Sun Fades Late

  1. The bombogenesis will have no impact on weather here in the Hudson Valley. The core energy of the storm will pass roughly 1,000 miles West of the HV. The overcast, warmer temperatures, and rain showers that we see will be the trailing remnants of the storm as it winds down over the Upper Midwest and Canada. The peak of the storm’s intensity will be this afternoon through tomorrow afternoon, again more than 1,000 miles West. So no worries here. Just warmer and showery.

  2. Looks like we are done with winter. I wanted one good storm and we never got it. I hope we get big storms next year.

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