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      HOURLY
      81
      Thunderstorms
      Monday-
      Thunderstorms Early
      80
      66
      %
      80
      66
      Thunderstorms Early
      Rain%
      Wind7mph WSW
      Humidity82%
      UVLow
      Tuesday-
      Mostly Sunny
      86
      64
      10%
      86
      64
      Mostly Sunny
      Rain10%
      Wind13mph WNW
      Humidity59%
      UVVery High
      Wednesday-
      Sunny
      92
      64
      10%
      92
      64
      Sunny
      Rain10%
      Wind9mph W
      Humidity50%
      UVVery High
      Thursday-
      PM Thunderstorms
      91
      65
      40%
      91
      65
      PM Thunderstorms
      Rain40%
      Wind7mph WNW
      Humidity53%
      UVVery High
      Friday-
      Mostly Cloudy
      83
      63
      20%
      83
      63
      Mostly Cloudy
      Rain20%
      Wind7mph NNE
      Humidity67%
      UVHigh
      Saturday-
      PM Thunderstorms
      83
      62
      40%
      83
      62
      PM Thunderstorms
      Rain40%
      Wind7mph N
      Humidity65%
      UVHigh
      Sunday-
      AM Thunderstorms
      83
      63
      60%
      83
      63
      AM Thunderstorms
      Rain60%
      Wind7mph S
      Humidity66%
      UVVery High
      RIGHT NOW
      Rain60%
      Wind5mph WNW
      Humidity71%
      UVLow
      Visibility7 miles
      78
      60%
      76
      20%
      74
      20%
      74
      20%
      74
      20%
      73
      20%
      72
      20%
      71
      10%
      71
      10%
      70
      10%
      69
      10%
      67
      10%

      Latest Weathercast

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      Latest Forecast


      Meteorologist Steve LaPointe

      Update Time: 5:10 PM 7/25/2016

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

      DISCUSSION/ADVISORIES

      SEVERE T’STORM WATCH CONTINUES FOR GREENE, COLUMBIA, ULSTER, DUTCHESS AND LITCHFIELD COUNTIES THROUGH 8PM

      An upper level disturbance and cold front moving through the region overnight will push another round of rain and thunder through eastern New York and western New England through the early to mid evening time frame. The threat for severe weather (damaging wind and large hail) however, is low for most areas with the best chance for a strong storm through the early evening in the mid Hudson valley. Drying will follow with some clearing and patchy fog overnight. Tuesday and Wednesday will be hot but a little less humid and also dry. Chances for showers and t’storms return to the forecast for Thursday and Friday with continued hot and increasingly humid conditions

      THIS EVENING

      Mostly cloudy skies

      Oppressively humid

      Areas of rain and thunder

      WIND: WSW 5-10 mph

      TEMPS: Low to mid 70s by 8pm

      TONIGHT

      Drying out

      Clearing skies

      Areas of fog

      WIND: SW 5 mph

      LOW: Mid 60s

      TOMORROW

      A mixture of sunshine and fair weather clouds

      Hot

      Moderately humid, dewpoints generally ranging through the lower 60s

      Breezy

      WIND: WNW 10-20 mph

      HIGH: Upper 80

      TOMORROW NIGHT

      Mostly clear skies

      Pleasant

      WIND: Near calm

      LOW: 62

      WEDNESDAY

      Mostly sunny skies

      Hot

      Moderately humid

      WIND: Westerly 5-15 mph

      HIGH: Near 90

      THURSDAY

      A mixture of clouds and sunshine

      Hot

      More humid

      Scattered showers and t’storms possible

      HIGH: Upper 80s

      SUNRISE
      05:40:48 am
      SUNSET
      08:23:23 pm

      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High97
      F
      Record Low46
      F