STORM WATCH: Periods of heavy rain Friday before a dry, warm weekend for the Hudson Valley
News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Julian Seawright says the Hudson Valley will see periods of heavy rain on Friday before dry conditions and warm temperatures for the weekend.
A flood watch has been issued for the Hudson Valley from 12 a.m. Friday to 12 a.m. Saturday.
A flood watch is in effect for Ulster and Dutchess counties, effective Thursday night until 12 a.m. Saturday.
NOW: A couple stray showers with cool temperatures in the 60s.
NEXT: Periods of heavy rain Friday ahead of improvements for the weekend and warmer weather into the first week of October.
FULL SUPERMOON: The full Harvest Moon (which will also be the final supermoon of 2023) is officially on Friday morning, but we will not be able to see it due to clouds and periods of rain.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy with showers. Lows around 56 degrees.
FRIDAY -- STORM WATCH: Cloudy with periods of rain. Some rain may be heavy at times. Be prepared for a wet day all of Friday. Some flooding will be possible, especially for the more southern areas of the region. Highs around 62 degrees. Lows near 56 degrees.
SATURDAY: A few showers linger early, but it will turn drier through the morning with breaks of sun into the afternoon. Highs around 70 degrees. Lows near 57 degrees.
SUNDAY -- BEST HALF OF THE WEEKEND: Mostly sunny and warmer with highs around 75 degrees. Lows around 60 degrees.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and warm. Highs around 76 degrees. Lows near 60 degrees.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and warm. Highs around 77 degrees. Lows around 61 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny with highs around 74 degrees. Lows around 58 degrees.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny with highs around 71 degrees. Lows around 59 degrees.