Mild temperatures expected for Wednesday across Hudson Valley

Milder temperatures are expected across the Hudson Valley Wednesday after Tuesday's record cold.

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NYACK - Milder temperatures are expected across the Hudson Valley Wednesday after Tuesday's record cold.

News 12 meteorologists say Wednesday's high temperature is expected to reach 45 degrees with increasing clouds throughout the day.

They say showers could develop after midnight, with temperatures in the low 40s.

The recording of 21 degrees Tuesday morning tied the record low mark set in 1982.

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