Tracking cold temps, rain and chance for snowflakes in the Hudson Valley
NOW: Snowflakes, rain and wintry mix across the entire Hudson Valley. Ulster County stays in the snowy side of the system overnight. Westchester and Rockland counties stay on the milder side.
NEW: Dry conditions return tomorrow ahead of a windy Friday. Snowflakes possible Saturday morning to midday. Significantly colder temps, low 30s and teens overnight.
NEXT: Another push of rain overnight, ending near 4 a.m. will likely wipe away any leftover wintry mess, lifting any Thursday morning commute concerns.
Storm Team Meteorologist Hilda Estevez says to expect wintry weather for the weekend.
TONIGHT: Dry break under cloudy skies. Overnight rain ends close to 4 a.m. Lows near 34.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies, winds 5-10 mph. Highs are mild at near 48. Lows drop to 34.
FRIDAY: Breezy, more sunshine. Gusts range into 25-40 mph. Highs near 40, lows chill to 18.
SATURDAY: Sunny but cold and not as windy. Possible snowflakes in the morning, into early afternoon. Highs near 33. Lows near 25.
SUNDAY: Some with some sunshine but mild with an upswing in temperatures. Highs near 46. Lows near 30.
MONDAY: Sun and clouds; above average temps continue. Talk about rollercoaster. Highs near 46. Lows near 35.