Rainy Monday morning in the Hudson Valley; dry stretch starts Tuesday

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Matt Hammer says a cold front passes overnight Sunday into Monday, bringing widespread showers before 10 a.m.

News 12 Staff

Apr 16, 2023, 12:02 PM

Updated 402 days ago

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News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Matt Hammer says a cold front passes overnight Sunday into Monday, bringing widespread showers before 10 a.m.
NEW: Rain-free stretch is ahead starting Tuesday to the end of the week. Rain returns for the weekend.
NOW: Grey, moody skies across Lower Hudson Valley with comfortable temps. Fog settles in.
NEXT: Cold front passes overnight Sunday into Monday, bringing widespread showers before 10 a.m.
Lyrid Meteor Shower viewing window returns until April 29. The best chance for the nighttime spectacle is on Earth Day, next Saturday April 22.
FORECAST
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy night sky. Areas of fog likely. Closer to seasonal lows near 52.
MONDAY: Cold front passes bringing widespread rain showers before 10 a.m. Sunshine prevails with highs near 70. Lows near 47.
TUESDAY: Slightly below normal high temp with active afternoon winds. Partial sunshine with 58 degrees. Lows near 39.
WEDNESDAY: Colder morning with feels in the upper-30s. Sunshine helps warm up. Highs near 61. Lows near 41.
THURSDAY: Pick of the week material, warming up again into the upper-60s to 70 with sunshine. Lows near 50.


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