After three days of warm weather and high humidity, it has all come to a somewhat stormy end this evening across the region. As expected a cold front has pushed through the region, as it clashed with the warm and unstable atmosphere in place across the region it set of some impressive storms across the region. For the most part, we saw wind and lightning damage across the region, with at least 4 different calls for lightning strikes on structures in Red Hook alone. The reward for the rough weather will be much cooler and drier air moving into the region by tomorrow. While the day may start out a bit cloudy with some scattered showers possible, we should see clearing skies from west to east across the region after 11AM. Lets take a look at the projected high and low temps for the region tomorrow with a few images from the North American Model (NAM).
As you can see, temps will struggle to reach 80 across most of the region with 60’s across the higher terrain of the Catskills. Now if you were hoping for a night of open window sleeping, good news there as well, take a look at the projected lows tomorrow night.
Yes you are reading that correctly, 40’s across the Catskills. low 50’s across the mid and upper Hudson Valley with upper 50’s across the lower Hudson Valley.