Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo & Tim Drawbridge
Fall is just 1 week away-but it will sure fell like fall tonight. As for Fall Colors…just barely beginning with pockets of 5-10%….Expecting peak in the Northern MTs of Vermont and up in the High Peaks the last week of September and slowly working south. Typically around the Capital Region Oct. 15th-20th….sooner in the hill towns.
A chilly start this morning…. we’ve got another one tomorrow / Friday morning….
The surface analysis shows cloud-cover issues coming in from the northwest…. after the bright, beautiful day today…. not so much tomorrow / Friday…. air on the back-side of high pressure is milder & moves in for the weekend….
High pressure is over us tomorrow at the surface…. mid-level clouds will be the issue…. we’ll squeeze out some sun – calling it partly sunny….
forecast high temps will range from the mid & upper 60s into the low & mid 70s….
A warmer day for Saturday…. as the warm front moves to our north…. partly sunny…. high temps region-wide will be in the mid & upper 70s into the lower 80s….
23 Years Ago. Tropical Storm Floyd hit the Capital Region with our RECORD 24 Hour Rainfall….Some of the higher spots of the Catskills/Helderbergs had 8-12″Obviously widespread flooding