Rain lingers overnight in the Hudson Valley; more showers Wednesday

Storm Watch Team meteorologist Hilda Estevez says mild temperatures will remain until the end of the week, but wet weather sticks around until Thursday.

News 12 Staff

Dec 6, 2022, 12:28 PM

Updated 535 days ago

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Storm Watch Team meteorologist Hilda Estevez says mild temperatures will remain until the end of the week, but wet weather sticks around until Thursday.
OVERNIGHT: Rain lingers overnight, ending by 3 a.m. Overall rain accumulation (including Wednesday) near 1- 1.10 inches. Mild temperatures, lows hover near 50 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: Isolated showers throughout the day, with even warmer temperatures. Calm winds shift to northwest. Highs remain mild near 57. Lows near 43.
THURSDAY: The "better" weather day. A brief break with wet weather under mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low-50s. Winds pick up slightly. White Plains, 53 degrees. Lows drop to 33.
FRIDAY: Seasonal feel with high temps dropping near 45. Rain possibility with a coastal system approaching coupled with colder, Canadian air travels toward the region. Possibility of flurries late in northwestern Hudson Valley. Lows near 32.
THE WEEKEND: Quiet weather, light shower and flurries possible early Saturday. Mostly cloudy skies with temps in the low-40s both days, lows settling down near 32 both days.


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