After a weekend full of rather nice weather… Monday will see things kick off with sunshine as well. But the humidity and clouds will be on the increase during the day, making for a very late summer feel across the Hudson Valley…
The Hudson Valley will be sandwiched in between the impacts of the ocean storm… and an approaching frontal boundary. With unsettled weather to our west and east… the Hudson Valley will start off in the sunshine. But as the day progresses, we’ll see clouds become more numerous. The southerly flow will pump in both humid air, and warm temps. Getting afternoon highs to peak between 85° and 90°.
A line of showers and thunderstorms will press toward the Hudson Valley, but should remain to our west until after sunset. As the evening wears on… scattered showers will become likely across the entire valley… with even a thunderstorm or two being possible. It doesn’t appear to be an overly heavy event…
The front moves slowly… and scattered showers will linger into Tuesday morning across the area… so expect a wet Tuesday AM commute. But conditions should improve as the afternoon progresses. Winds will shift around late Tuesday… and we’ll be experiencing a cool, Canadian air mass for the remainder of the week.
Complete details available on the HVW 5 DAY FORECAST
Billy’s Banter : Sunday Recap
Well… I had much bigger plans for tonight… but the Weather Peanut was up for over an hour, and I fell asleep trying to get her to go back to sleep. So… time has run short for tonight. We turned what was expected to be a very gray Sunday… into quite a winner. The ocean storm’s impacts were really confined to New England, and struggled to reach into the Hudson Valley. A difference of about 50 miles makes a huge difference for us on a day like Sunday. Now we’ll try and squeeze some rain out of the atmosphere Monday night and Tuesday… because we sure could use it.
Have a great Monday, everyone!