Pop up storms, comfortable temperatures for Tuesday in Hudson Valley

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Alex Calamia says dangerous heat is on the way, with the potential for a heat wave.

News 12 Staff

Jul 24, 2023, 9:20 AM

Updated 274 days ago

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NOW: Few spotty storms in the northern parts of the area. Dry, warm down in the southern parts of the Hudson Valley.
NEXT: Pop-up storms are more widespread tomorrow afternoon, but severe weather is not likely.
News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Alex Calamia says dangerous heat is on the way, with the potential for a heat wave.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and dry with lows near 70 degrees. 
TUESDAY: WEATHER TO WATCH -- Mostly sunny during the morning with a mix of sun and clouds during the afternoon. A few spotty showers and storms expected. Severe risk is low at this time. Highs around 85 degrees. Lows near 69 degrees. 
WEDNESDAY: HEAT ALERT -- Mostly sunny and dry, but hot and a bit more humid. Highs near 92 degrees. FEELS LIKE: Mid- to upper-90s. RECORD: 96 (1999). Lows near 74 degrees.
 
THURSDAY: HEAT ALERT -- Sun and clouds with an isolated storm possible well north and west. Hot and humid. Highs near 94 degrees. FEELS LIKE: Upper 90s to 100. RECORD: 95 (1963) Lows near 76 degrees. 
FRIDAY: HEAT ALERT -- Sun and clouds. Potential dangerous heat. Highs around 94 degrees. FEELS LIKE: 100 to 105. RECORD: 97 (1949)A few showers and storms possible. Lows around 74 degrees. 
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers likely. Highs near 89 degrees. Lows around 68 degrees. 
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny with highs near 82 degrees. Lows around 65 degrees. 


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