Forecast update from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo…
Well today was more like early May….only 66 for a high in Albany. Temps herld in the 50s for the Adirondacks…VERY cool for Mid June.
The long range already looks dry…and we are in quite a rainfall deficit in many locations-esp from the Hudson Valley Eastward.
Latest Surface Map…
A BIG Block in the atmosphere…..Ridge of High Pressure over us….Storminess over the SE States….and there will not be much movement.
Huge ridge of High Pressure Over the northern Great Lakes will slowly move ESE’ward over the next 5 days.
That Warm to hot weather will slowly move eastward.
TONIGHT: Clearing…Very Cool again….Mid to upper 30s Adirondacks.
SUNDAY-Flag Day-Partly Sunny….just a little bit milder.
VERY Quiet Weather Pattern….more dry weather for an extended period. Things are getting pretty dry now in many locations.
Large ridge of High Pressure will move from the Great Lakes to New England…this will essentially trap all the moisture to our south.
High Temps over the next 3 Days….
Each day will keep getting a bit warmer…..Coolest weather will be over us tonight.
Here is something you don’t see too often…QUIET….
A moderating trend each day…….really not much humidity until Thursday night or Friday. There is the chance some of the hotter weather will make it here by the end of the week.