A much cooler day shaping up for the Hudson Valley on Saturday…
That’s due in large part… to the clouds that we expect to be locked in across the Hudson Valley…
There will also be a chance of showers and sprinkles as we get later into the day, as a weak southeast flow off the ocean will spread some light moisture into the atmosphere.
As we get into Saturday night… the threat for rainfall increases, as the remnants of Tropical Storm Bill pass by just south of the Hudson Valley. There is a decent chance, that the rainfall could spread into the Hudson Valley… especially near and south of I-84.
The bulk of the rainfall will likely be in NJ and the southern half of PA. But with a system like this… it could certainly spread some moderate rains into the southern half of the Hudson Valley well after midnight. Expect the threat of rain when you wake up on Sunday morning… but whatever rainfall does reach into our area, should exit to the east by mid and late morning. So the entire day on Father’s Day, does not look like a washout.
We’ll try to take a closer look at this later today, but in the meantime… the detailed forecast is available on the:
HVW 5 Day Forecast
Have a great day!