HEAT ALERT

Dangerous heat continues today in the Hudson Valley for the first day of summer

Moderate to heavy rainfall makes for wet end to the week

Rain is drenching the Hudson Valley to end the work week.

News 12 Staff

Oct 17, 2020, 2:30 AM

Updated 1,342 days ago

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Rain is drenching the Hudson Valley to end the work week.
Moderate rain will continue throughout Friday night. The rain will be heavy at times, dropping about 0.5 to 1 inch in the area.
FORECAST DETAILSNews 12 Weather Center
The rain will be the heaviest overnight, starting around midnight. The bulk of the showers will move out east by Saturday morning.
After some scattered showers in the morning, the rest of Saturday is expected to bring mainly sunny skies with highs around 62 degrees.
Localized flooding is possible in some areas.
News 12 will continue to bring you the latest forecast models, timing and impacts of the upcoming weekend weather.


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