The cold front passed through the region yesterday afternoon, we have been under the influence of a NW flow in its wake. This means cooler temps and breezy conditions will be the main theme of our weather through the weekend. Clouds may push into the region throughout the day as the flow over the Great Lakes helps to pump moisture into the region. Scattered snow showers are possible across the Catskills, especially the NW peaks. Can’t rule out a few isolated showers across the remainder of the region as well, but the weather for the most part looks cool and dry with mostly sunny skies for much of the day.
Temps today will range from the upper 40’s to upper 50’s with the cooler locations being the Catskills or areas that expierence some cloud cover. Tonight subsiding winds, increasing high pressure and clear skies should allow for temps to drop off quite quickly after sunset, with temps settling into the upper 20’s and low 30’s. The remainder of the weekend will be a carbon copy of today, highs in the the 50’s and lows in the 30’s with mostly sunny and dry conditions, basically your model fall weekend. Hope everyone gets out there and enjoys the weather, can’t complain about 50’s in early November, it’s about as average as you can get.