Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Rob Lindenmuth, and Tim Drawbridge
Its been a nice weather pattern to enjoy…. a great pattern for the fall colors to be enhanced…. but, its been awfully dry…. we’ve only seen a 1/2″ of rain this far for the month of September…. and, if September ended today, we’d be the 3rd driest month of September on record….
And, not only again on Tuesday…., but, the prospects an another day of seeing an “elevated” Fire Risk across the ENTIRE region…. for Wednesday….
High pressure continues to provide a splendid late Summer – early Fall pattern…. moisture lurking to the southwest will remain to our south…. “Teddy” will head to Nova Scotia…. and, a cold front in Southern Canada…. will affect us perhaps late this coming weekend….
So, it’ll be partly sunny for Wednesday…. it’ll become breezy, too….
High temps will range from the low & mid 60s in the Adirondacks to the low & mid 70s from the Capital Region points south….
It’ll be partly sunny again for Thursday…..
Temps will continue to moderate / warm…. ranging from the upper 60s in the heart of the Adirondacks to the low & mid 70s….
Here’s your Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow / Wednesday….
The pleasant yet dry weather pattern continues…. as temperatures moderate back close to 80° by week’s end…. no chance of rain – at the earliest – until later Sunday….