A cold front is bringing showers and a narrow band of heavier rainfall through the region this morning.
As of 7am the heaviest rainfall extends from Northern Dutchess into Orange County and is moving SE. This line of rain will clear the entire region by mid morning with clearing conditions by afternoon.
Temps will also be sliding as colder air advects into the region in the wake of the frontal passage. Freeze watches are in effect for our southern counties as temps tonight drop into the 20’s and 30’s. Looking ahead, drier weather and moderating temperatures are the theme through Sunday, each day progressively warmer with some 70’s possible by the weekend.
Next chance of precipitation isn’t till we get into the beginning of next week. Yes you read this correctly, after tonight no sun freezing temps forecasted, no snow, no rain, dry conditions and temps moderating to normal, even slightly above by the weekend.