Sunday: Clouds mixed with sunshine. High in the low 30s. Southwest wind around 5mph.
Sunday Night: Cloudy with some light snow showers possible after midnight. Low in the mid 20s. Winds light and variable.
Monday: Periods of light to moderate snow… snow will mix with sleet across much of the area, and mix with rain south of I-84. High in the low to mid 30s. Snow accumulation 2 to 4 inches of snow north of I-84… a coating to 2 inches south of I-84.
After a warm start to the month… we’re now below average for January as a whole. That’s what happens when you have a streak of cold like we’ve had the past week. Saturday was no exception… as highs were over 10 degrees below average.
Sunday will feature slightly more mild temperatures… but still below normal for this time of year. Aside from the cold… it’s quiet. Complete forecast details are available in the HVW 5 Day Forecast.
This graphic tells the story… a very complicated situation for the Hudson Valley. The track of the storm will allow just enough warm air to change part of the area to a wintry mix… but the northern part of the area appears likely to stay all snow.
- Timeline has snow reaching Hudson Valley between 5am & 9am
- Light (to at times moderate) precipitation lasts much of the day
- Precipitation Types:
- North of Kingston: Mostly snow
- Kingston to I-84: Snow, mixes with sleet & frz rain
- South of I-84: Snow changes to wintry Mix… mixes with rain.
- Snow Accumulation: (HVW Zone Map)
- North of Kingston (Zones 1, 2, northern half 3 & 4): 2 to 5 inches
- Kingston to I-84 (Zones 5, 6, 7, southern half 3 & 4): 1 to 3 inches
- South of I-84 (Zones 8 & 9): Coating to 2 inches
- Storm tapers off late afternoon, early evening
The details on this storm will continue to unfold as we move thru Sunday. So our Sunday updates and Monday Outlook will have any minor adjustments to the forecast… as we iron out exactly where the rain / sleet / snow line will set up.