Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo, Tim Drawbridge, and Rob Lindenmuth

As we know from the Drought Monitor that’s issued at 8am every Thursday…. we have dry / drought conditions in many areas south & east of Albany…. as the persistent pattern of steadiest / heaviest rain has been to the north & west…. a few areas to the east & south have been able to play some catch up over the last 30 days…. still need some more rain….

The surface analysis shows high pressure for tonight into Wednesday…. nice weather continues…. system in the Northern Plains / Canada…. comes in for Thursday…. before another refreshing air mass builds in for this coming weekend….

The Futurecast shows partly sunny skies for Wednesday…. still lower levels of humidity….

forecast high temperatures will range from the mid 70s in the Adirondacks…. to the mid & upper 80s from Albany points south….

The Futurecast shows partly sunny skies for Thursday…. a shower / t-storm threat…. it’ll be humid, too…. forecast high temperatures will range from the mid & upper 70s into the mid & upper 80s….