Latest Storm Tracker Forecast by Meteorologists Tim Drawbridge and Rob Lindenmuth
Here’s the latest on “Isaias” and how it will affect us on Tuesday….
We’re concerned about smaller rivers, creeks, and streams…. urban street flooding…. areas that typical flood with a lot of rainfall in a very short period of time…. the combination of the wind and the rain will create very low / poor visibilities…. travel will become quite hazardous after 3-4pm Tuesday afternoon….
Flash Flood WATCH posted….
Wind ADVISORY posted….
Tropical Storm WARNING posted….
And, with all land-falling Tropical Systems….
there’s a severe weather threat with the northeast quadrant of the system. So, look at the NHC track…. everyone to the east of the track… will not only need to monitor the wind and rainfall…. but, there’s a low-risk chance…. of a quick spin-up tornado….
The Futurecast shows the showers / downpours / thunder threat coming in overnight….
The wide-spread, steady and HEAVY rainfall comes into play mid-to-late afternoon Tuesday…. the actual low pressure center of “Isaias” tracks right over us…. need to monitor creeks, smaller rivers and streams…. while watching out for localized street flooding / poor drainage areas….
The Futurecast Wind Gust Forecast, also showing the center of low pressure moving over the region…. is showing Tropical Storm Wind Gusts all the way into the North Country and Southern Vermont…. expecting gusts 40-50 mph in the valleys from Albany points south…. up to 60 mph across the high terrain Albany points south and east….
Here’s your forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow / Tuesday….
After “Isaias” on Tuesday…. some very delightful weather for Wednesday and Thursday…. before we gradually build the heat and humidity back into the region later in the week – next weekend….