Latest Storm Tracker Forecast by Meteorologist Tim Drawbridge
If it wasn’t for the 0.37″ of rain we received early this morning in Albany…. this would be the driest month of June on record to date….
After the rain…. we’re now the 4th driest June of record….
The cold front is now to our east…. lower humidity has moved in…. next system is a cold front…. to bring us a shower / thunder threat…. late Thursday afternoon – night….
Partly sunny, comfortable for Thursday…. look for a shower / thunder threat to increase north and west of Albany during the afternoon….
Highs will range from the low and mid 70s across the higher terrain to the low and mid 80s around the Capital District down into the mid-Hudson Valley….
Here’s the Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow / Thursday….
Low levels of humidity will continue until late Friday night – Saturday morning…. those of us looking for more rain actually wouldn’t mind if it happened on a Saturday…. warm and humid the first half of next week….