The Hudson Valley will enjoy unseasonably warm temperatures the next two days as a storm system that will bring blizzard conditions to parts of the Upper Midwest, will push a surge of warmth to the Northeast.
“Temperatures are expected to reach into the 50s F as far north as upstate New York and southern Maine on Thursday, while 60-degree Fahrenheit temperatures push into northern Pennsylvania and southern New York,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Kyle Elliott said.
AccuWeather long-range forecasters predict spring will take its time to truly sink into the Northeast. This suggests that alternating warmth and chill will continue in the region.
After areas of morning fog, skies will brighten and become partly sunny with the high temperature climbing to around 60 degrees.
Scattered showers are expected late Thursday night through the early morning hours Friday. There will be patchy drizzle and scattered showers during the late morning Friday. The high temperature should reach the 60-degree mark
Unseasonably warm temps will continue Saturday with more steady rain arriving ahead of a cold front in the afternoon. and up to a quarter of an inch of precipitation possible. The high will be in the upper 50s.
The cold front will result in more brisk weather Sunday with mostly sunny skies and a high in the mid-40s.
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