Latest Storm Tracker Forecast by Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Rob Lindenmuth, and Tim Drawbridge
Some of us got some “needed” rainfall this morning…. here are some of the reports from the NYS Meso-Net and the other reporting stations….
Surface analysis shows the cold front from earlier this morning is well to the east…. tracking elements that’ll come together for mid-to-late Wednesday afternoon – Wednesday night…. high pressure builds in later Thursday into Friday….
The Futurecast shows a partly sunny day for Wednesday…. it’ll be a bit breezy…. slightly to moderately humid…. look for an increasing shower / thunder threat mid-to-late afternoon….
As forecast high temperatures will range from the upper 70s in the heart of the Adirondacks to the upper 80s and lower 90s around the Capital Region and down into the mid-Hudson Valley….
Showers / thunder / downpours possible Wednesday night / early Thursday morning…. then partly sunny with the risk of a shower again during Thursday afternoon….
Forecast high temperatures for Thursday will be about a degree or 2 cooler than what we see for Wednesday….
Here’s your Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow / Wednesday….
Nice to see temps in the 80s over the 7-day period…. we could use some more rain for the gardens & lawns…. bad timing with the prospect of precipitation on Sunday…. but, we’ll take it….