After an exceptionally mild start to the month, the week ahead looks a bit more like what weโ€™d typically experience during fall.
More unseasonable, 70+ degree warmth is ahead before a cool down arrives in about a week.
An extended spell of unseasonably warm weather will have temperatures that are 10-15หšF above average.
The end to September and start to October looks to come with a good deal of sunshine in the Hudson Valley ๐ŸŒž
The last days of summer are now upon us. Come Wednesday, the autumnal equinox will signal the start of a new season!
The autumn equinox may be approaching, but Mother Nature has summer on her mind for the last full week of the season.
The Hudson Valley gets a break from former hurricanes this week.
Flooding of roads, basements, and flash flooding of creeks and streams is possible on Wednesday night.
Summer weather, the remnants of a hurricane, and fall-like weather all in one week!
The Hudson Valley will experience some of Henriโ€™s heaviest rains later Sunday and Sunday night with flooding a serious concern.
Flooding is a concern for the region later Sunday into Monday.
Depending on how far west the storm tracks on Sunday, the region could get in on Henriโ€™s rain bands, some of which could be heavy.