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Rainy, warm start to Friday before temperatures drop across the Hudson Valley

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Matt Hammer says it will be a rainy and warm Friday morning before temperatures drop into the low-40s in the afternoon.

News 12 Staff

Feb 16, 2023, 11:51 AM

Updated 518 days ago

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News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Matt Hammer says it will be a rainy and warm Friday morning before temperatures drop into the low-40s in the afternoon.
NOW: Mild and rainy, drier this evening and cloudy with temperatures rising into sunrise.
NEXT: Another round of showers Friday morning during the commute into the lunch hour before a much colder afternoon.
FORECAST:
Temperatures in White Plains hit 67 degrees at noon, breaking the previous record of 66 set in 1954.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy with a stray shower and breezy. Lows near 53.
FRIDAY: Morning rain, warm and windy start to the day. Daytime high temperatures will hit early before quickly turning colder and drying out. Temperatures drop to the upper-30s and low-40s for the afternoon with a wind chill added on, making it blustery. Cold at night with wind chills in the teens and lows around 25 degrees.
SATURDAY: Sunny, breezy and seasonable for one day. High around 42 degrees. Lows near 32.
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds with breezy conditions. Highs around 49. Lows near 40.
MONDAY - PRESIDENTS DAY: Mainly cloudy with a few late-day showers likely. Highs around 53 degrees. Lows near 35 degrees.
NEXT WEEK: Keeping an eye on the timeframe of Feb. 22 and Feb. 23 for a weather system that may​ bring a chance for some wintry weather.


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