Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Rob Lindenmuth, and Tim Drawbridge
The surface analysis shows high pressure which will move off-shore for Thursday…. return-flow will provide a windy, warm day…. before elements in the Northern Plains come into play for Friday….
The Futurecast shows high pressure off-shore for Thursday….
the “return-flow” on a gusty south to southwest wind – some of the gusts will approach 30 to 35 mph locally….
it’ll also provide a warm day as forecast highs will get into the mid 70s around the Capital Region….
It could be a wet, damp day again on Friday…. as a boundary slowly moves across the region…. and, a wave of low pressure moves up along the cold front…. means at least showers Friday into Friday night…. and, cooler temps, too….
Here’s your Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow / Thursday….
After the mild day Thursday…. its cooler and wet for Friday…. back to the sunshine for a good part of the weekend…. and, a seasonable feel to the air….