Major warm-up this week in the Hudson Valley; record temps likely on Friday

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Rich Von Ohlen says most of the week is dry with mild weather and record-breaking temps.

Rich Von Ohlen

Apr 10, 2023, 10:36 AM

Updated 406 days ago

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NEXT: A major warm-up this week with dry weather (other than a spotty sprinkle Tuesday night). More clouds for the weekend – better shot of April showers on Sunday.
News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Rich Von Ohlen says most of the week is try with mild weather and record-breaking temps.
TONIGHT: Mainly clear - Lows around 46 degrees.
TUESDAY: FIRE WEATHER WATCH -- Sun and clouds - Breezy and warmer - Highs near 73 degrees. There will be an enhanced risk of fire spread due to very low humidity plus an increase in wind. Lows around 57.
WEDNESDAY: FIRE WEATHER WATCH -- Sun and clouds - Windy and warmer - Highs near 75 degrees. There will be an enhanced risk of fire spread due to very low humidity plus an increase in wind. Lows around 57.
THURSDAY: Sunny - hot for some - highs around 81 degrees. RECORD: 82 (1977) Lows around 58 degrees.
FRIDAY: WARMEST DAY OF THE WEEK AND YEAR THUS FAR - NEW RECORD HIGH LIKELY -- Mostly sunny -- Very warm to hot - Highs around 84 degrees. RECORD: 78 (1968)
SATURDAY: Cloudy and cooler with a few passing sprinkles. Highs around 71 degrees. Lows near 55.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with showers likely. High near 72 degrees. Lows around 50 degrees.


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