We had record heat early last week, followed by some chilly fall weather. Sunday looks like a fantastic end to an up and down week.
After a very chilly start, with temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s across the Hudson Valley, we’ll see lots of sunshine and blue skies for our Sunday. Our flow will be lightly out of the northwest, but that shouldn’t stop the temperatures from warming back up to where they should be for this time of year. Afternoon highs should climb into the upper 60s and near 70°. Not a bad way to kick off the month of October… hopefully you’ll be able to enjoy the beautiful autumn weather.
Looking at the week ahead, another week of tranquil, warm weather is expected.
After the cool weather of the weekend pushes through, the work week will begin to see warmer air return. The large ridge of high pressure will again set up over the eastern US, and that will allow the warmth to return. It will keep things dry for most (if not all) of the work week, forcing any weather systems into Canada. Considering the lack of rainfall for over 2 weeks, we could surely use some rainfall across the Hudson Valley.
The good news at least, is that there are currently no drought conditions in the Hudson Valley. But if we don’t get some measurable rainfall soon, that could change. But at least in terms of the weather… some beautiful weather ahead in the coming week.
With regards to the Winter Outlook, we’re well along in the process of putting together our 17-18 Winter Outlook. We’re hoping to have that released within the next week or two, and along with that… we hope to have some videos and/or a Facebook Live stream to discuss it.
Have a great Sunday!