After a dusting of snow to end November, ups & downs are expected in early December across the Hudson Valley.
A light covering of snow is possible across the Hudson Valley during the early morning hours on Sunday.
Cold and windy at times, but Mother Nature won't really get in the way of Thanksgiving celebrations.
While it will turn quite cold next week, a mostly tranquil outlook is good news for the Hudson Valley & Northeast.
Plenty of sunshine is on the menu across the Hudson Valley this week, but a cold turkey day may be in our future.
After a chilly start to the month, this week will have milder conditions with a sunny start and soggy finish.
Following one of the Hudson Valley's warmest October's on record, it will be be colder than it has been in quite a while this week! 🥶
A transition away from unseasonable warmth toward unsettled and eventually chillier weather.
While a sharply colder than average winter is unlikely, there's an elevated chance for either normal or above normal seasonal snowfall ❄️
After an exceptionally mild start to the month, the week ahead looks a bit more like what we’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 10-15˚F above average.