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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
60
Overcast
Thursday-
Rain
60
52
100%
60
52
Rain
Precipitation100%
Wind10mph NE
Humidity74%
UVLow
Friday-
Rain
63
53
80%
63
53
Rain
Precipitation80%
Wind9mph NW
Humidity80%
UVModerate
Saturday-
Partly Cloudy
74
56
10%
74
56
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind5mph NNW
Humidity56%
UVHigh
Sunday-
Partly Cloudy
73
55
20%
73
55
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation20%
Wind10mph S
Humidity62%
UVHigh
Monday-
Showers
73
58
60%
73
58
Showers
Precipitation60%
Wind9mph SSE
Humidity72%
UVModerate
Tuesday-
Scattered Thunderstorms
77
55
50%
77
55
Scattered Thunderstorms
Precipitation50%
Wind11mph SSW
Humidity60%
UVHigh
Wednesday-
AM Showers
73
52
40%
73
52
AM Showers
Precipitation40%
Wind12mph W
Humidity57%
UVVery High
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation70%
Wind9mph NE
Humidity89%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
56
50%
58
50%
57
60%
57
60%
56
70%
54
70%
53
70%
53
50%
53
50%
53
20%
53
60%
53
80%

Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


Meteorologist Craig Adams

Update Time: 11:00 AM 5/25/2017

NEW WEATHER PHONE NUMBER: 518-381-4944 – CALL FOR AN AUDIO FORECAST

DISCUSSION/ADVISORIES

A low pressure system in the Ohio Valley and it's associated warm front to our south will provide for damp and cooler conditions this afternoon as moisture flows northward into the region. A secondary low pressure system will organize and lift northward along the coast and pass to our east near the New England coastline tomorrow. Also coming into play will be an upper level pressure system that'll slowly work eastward from the Ohio Valley area and over the local area through the day Friday. These features will all make for our weather to be on the dreary side through the day tomorrow, with off and on rain or drizzle, along with cooler than normal temperatures. Higher terrain areas to the east of the Capital Region may see some occasional wind gusts exceeding 40 mph through this afternoon and early tonight so a Wind Advisory has been posted for those areas until 9pm. However, the majority of the region will see much lighter winds, generally in the 5-15 mph range.

CLICK HERE FOR THE NWS WIND ADVISORY MAP

As far as our Memorial Day Weekend weather outlook is concerned, Saturday looks to be the best day with dry weather and seasonable temperatures, along with the most sunshine of the three day period. Sunday should still be dry for the majority of the daytime period, with the risk of showers going up as we work into the evening hours. More cloudiness is expected compared to Saturday, but we still should manage partial sunshine. Once again, temperatures should be fairly typical for late May. ( Normal high is lower 70s ) Memorial Day itself looks to be the day where the weather will be the least conducive to outdoor fun. Lots of clouds and a good likelihood of showers appears to be in order for the holiday.

THIS AFTERNOON

Cloudy and cooler with periods of rain likely

WIND: ENE 5-15 mph, except stronger winds in the higher terrain regions to the east

HIGH: Around 60

TONIGHT

Rain and drizzle likely

WIND: Becoming North 5-15 mph

LOW: Low 50s

FRIDAY

Remaining cloudy with lingering light rain or drizzle at times

Staying on the cool side

WIND: NW 5-15 mph

HIGH: Low 60s

FRIDAY NIGHT

Leftover clouds, but drying out for most places

WIND: NW 5 mph

LOW: Low 50s

SATURDAY

Mixed sun and clouds

Dry and warmer

HIGH: Low to mid 70s

SUNDAY

Partial sunshine

Dry for the bulk of the day with the risk of showers going up heading into the evening

HIGH: Low to mid 70s

SUNRISE
05:24:11 am
SUNSET
08:21:45 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High94
F
Record Low30
F