BITTER BLAST: Feels-like temperatures below zero for the Hudson Valley on Friday

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says the Hudson Valley will experience feels-like temperatures below zero on Friday.

News 12 Staff

Feb 2, 2023, 12:23 PM

Updated 475 days ago

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News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff says the Hudson Valley will experience feels-like temperatures below zero on Friday.
TONIGHT: A few clouds. Cold front crosses between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. with an isolated snow shower. Quick dusting possible mainly north of I-84. Lows down to 22.
FRIDAY - BITTER BLAST: Mostly sunny and dangerously cold. Temps near 22 at 6 a.m. fall into the teens by noon and single digits by 6 p.m. Feels-like temperatures below zero by the afternoon. Wind gusts increase to near 30 mph.
FRIDAY NIGHT - BITTER BLAST: Clear and dangerously cold. Lows continue to drop. Low temperatures by county:
Southern Westchester County: 6-9
Northern Westchester County/Rockland County: 3-6
Orange and Putnam counties: 0-3
Dutchess and Ulster counties: -3 to 0
Feels-like temperatures will be between -15 and -30 degrees with 25-30 mph gusts.
SATURDAY - BITTER BLAST: Dangerously cold morning. Temperatures improve during the day, up to 20-25. Feels-like temperatures still near zero. Temperatures hover near 25 at night and not as gusty.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and milder. Highs surge to near 44. A shower or two possible at night but not likely. Lows near 35.
EARLY NEXT WEEK: Mostly cloudy and mild. Highs approach 50s and maybe even 60 by Wednesday.


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