Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Rob Lindenmuth, and Tim Drawbridge
Some OVERDUE rainfall came thru the region last night into this morning…. thank goodness, too…. some impressive totals south and east of Albany….
Surface analysis a lake-effect flow of air…. that’ll provide cloud-cover issues tonight…. some showers the further north and west you go away from Albany….
There’s an area of drier air associated with high pressure…. that’ll rotate into the region for Thursday…. to provide some sunshine….
As the system passes by at the surface and drier air sneaks in for a time in the mid-levels…. so, look for a partly sunny sky for Thursday…. more clouds and a shower threat the further north and west you go away from Albany….
Highs will range from the mid & upper 50s in the Adirondacks to mid & upper 60s in the Capital Region….
After a decent early Fall day on Thursday…. we’ll look for another opportunity for shower activity on Friday…. and, perhaps again on Monday…. sandwiched in-between…. a 70-30 weekend….