An unsettled morning lined up for our Wednesday…
Two weather disturbances will try to impact the Hudson Valley on Wednesday morning. The low pressure pushing up the coast will try to throw moisture back into the Hudson Valley… and looking at the latest guidance, it may succeed in getting a little bit of rain shower activity into the central Hudson Valley. Simultaneously, a cold front approaching from the west will spread some scattered rain and snow showers into the Catskills. The two features will combine to provide us with a cloudy morning, with a few light rain showers. We’ll have to see how it unfolds.
Once the rain showers exit the region around mid day, we’ll see clouds mixing with increasing sunshine. In addition, we’ll have intensifying winds out of the NW. Winds will gust over 20mph at times, as they pull in some colder, Canadian air. Temperatures will be warmest during the morning hours… in the upper 40s… and drop a couple degrees as the afternoon wears on. By late afternoon, near sunset… temps will be in the upper 30s to low 40s for most of the valley.
That sets up a cold turkey on Thursday. Thanksgiving Day looks rather sunny, but quite chilly. The winds should subside quite a bit, leaving us with partly to mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the upper 30s to around 40°. Black Friday looks great in terms of weather as well, so anyone with shopping plans may have hundreds of shoppers to deal with, but at least you won’t have to contend with the weather.
Anyone travelling… have a safe trip. And to everyone else… have a great Wednesday!