We hope everyone’s enjoying a gorgeous Labor Day around the Hudson Valley. Despite the calendar bringing the unofficlal end to summer… it’s going to feel like mother nature is having second thoughts.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be close to 10° above average in the Hudson Valley, as a southerly flow brings warm air into the area. Partly cloudy skies will combine with afternoon highs in the mid to possibly even upper 80s around the region, with overnight lows in the 60s. Our next shot at rain appears to come on Thursday, as a SE flow will bring clouds and fog into the valley. Scattered rain showers, and possibly a thunderstorm seem possible on Thursday, out ahead of an approaching frontal boundary, something we’ll have to monitor.
Behind the front, Friday and Saturday look much more like fall, with highs in the low 70s, and overnight lows near 50°. A sure sign that the summer is slowly coming to an end, and that autumn is on the horizon. Have a great start to the week!