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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
33
Overcast
Thursday-
Cloudy
29
27
0%
29
27
Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind3mph SSE
Humidity87%
UVLow
Friday-
Cloudy
40
38
10%
40
38
Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind7mph SSE
Humidity81%
UVLow
Saturday-
Partly Cloudy
44
28
10%
44
28
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind5mph NW
Humidity78%
UVLow
Sunday-
PM Showers
38
30
40%
38
30
PM Showers
Precipitation40%
Wind5mph NNE
Humidity74%
UVLow
Monday-
Cloudy
40
23
20%
40
23
Cloudy
Precipitation20%
Wind12mph W
Humidity79%
UVLow
Tuesday-
Mostly Sunny
33
20
0%
33
20
Mostly Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind16mph NW
Humidity53%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Mostly Sunny
38
25
0%
38
25
Mostly Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind7mph W
Humidity55%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation0%
Wind3mph SSE
Humidity85%
UVLow
Visibility5 miles
29
0%
30
0%
30
0%
30
0%
31
10%
33
10%
36
10%
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10%
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Latest Weathercast

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Latest Forecast


Meteorologist Steve LaPointe

Update Time: 10:00 PM 12/13/2018

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

DISCUSSION/ADVISORIES

UNSETTLED WEATHER WITH ADDITIONAL BOUTS OF PRECIPITATION EXPECTED THROUGH THE WEEKEND
In the short term the upper level disturbance responsible for Thursday's nuisance snow will depart overnight leaving plenty of low level moisture in its wake. That moisture will continue to manifest itself in the form of considerable low cloudiness with patchy areas of snow grains or freezing drizzle, which appear will be most likely across the Catskills, mid Hudson valley and Berkshires. Temperatures tonight will either hold steady or rise slightly to near 30 by daybreak, then through the 30s and into the lower 40s in many areas by the late afternoon and evening on Friday. Expect generally cloudy skies with dry weather on Friday.

Some moisture from a large southern storm will work into the region Friday night through Saturday morning coupled with the warming temperatures to allow for some light rain. It appears there will be pretty sharp cut-off to how far north the rain will move with the best chances for it from the Capital Region to southern VT on south through Saturday morning. Saturday afternoon will tend to dry out with even a chance that the clouds could thin a bit later in the day and into early Saturday night, especially in areas north and northwest of the Capital Region.

Then on Sunday, another surge of moisture will make a run at the region. At the same time, I except somewhat colder air to be working in from the north and northeast with temperatures ranging through the 30s during the day, vs. the 40s we’ll have in here on Saturday. With the cooling, whatever moisture that does make it in could come in as an icy wintry mix. Be alert for that potential during the day Sunday as some icy weather certainly could materialize across the region during the day before pulling out Sunday night.

OVERNIGHT

Cloudy skies

Patchy fog

Patchy snow grains or freezing drizzle possible, especially in the Catskills, mid Hudson valley to the Berkshires

WIND:S E 5 mph

TEMPS: Steady or rising slightly

TOMORROW

Cloudy skies

Patchy early morning freezing drizzle possible, mainly in the Catskills, mid Hudson valley and Berkshires. Otherwise generally dry weather through the day

WIND:Southerly 5-10 mph

HIGH: 38-43

TOMORROW NIGHT

Cloudy skies

Light rain or drizzle developing, especially from the Capital Region to southern VT on south

Patchy fog

WIND:Southerly 5 mph

LOW:38

SATURDAY

A damp morning with light rain or drizzle, mainly from the Capital Region to southern VT on south

Drying out during the afternoon

Skies remaining generally cloudy through the day

WIND:Becoming NNE 5-10 mph

HIGH:Low to mid 40s

SUNDAY

Cloudy skies

Colder

A light icy wintry mix of precipitation possible

HIGHMid to upper 30s

SUNRISE
07:17:56 am
SUNSET
04:22:14 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High54
F
Record Low-1
F