-4:00pm Radar Update-
Showers continue to fall across much of the Hudson Valley at this hour. A quick glance at the radar shows that the back edge of the steady rain is entering the HV, so the rain showers should become more scattered over the next hour or two. Temperatures are in the upper 30s to low 40s, and will likely remain steady as we head into the evening. The threat of scattered showers will continue to diminish over the next few hours. Until then, don’t forget the coat and umbrella of you’re heading out. Stay warm and dry, Hudson Valley… and have a nice evening!
-8:30 Radar Update-
Light Rain has overspread the Hudson Valley this morning. Temperatures are between 32 and 36 degrees on average, making for a very cold, raw rain. There are one or two isolated colder spots where the temperature is 30 or 31 degrees, so freezing rain advisories remain in effect for Sullivan, Ulster, Dutchess and counties to the north. Just keep an eye on the thermometer in your area, as one or two icy spots are certainly a possibility.
Expect periods of light to moderate rain this morning, continuing thru the noon hour. The rain should taper off to scattered showers this afternoon, and leave us with a cloudy, damp and raw second half of the day. Temps in the mid 30s this morning, should top out in the upper 30s to low 40s this afternoon.
Bundle up, and stay dry today Hudson Valley, not the nicest of days, but a sign that our progression toward spring continues… Have a great day!