Skies are mostly cloudy early on this Monday morning and there are some snow showers in the area especially across the Hudson Valley where some light accumulations have occurred..
Today we will continue to have strong winds along with cold temperatures, there is a slight chance of occasional snow flurries especially inland. The winds are being caused by a strong low pressure that is over the St. Lawrence Valley.
Tuesday will still be chilly with slowly diminishing winds as the low pressure moves further north into the Canadian Maritime region.
Dry with slightly milder temperatures and much less wind on Wednesday.
A weak low pressure system moving into the area will give us a chance of mainly light rain that may start off briefly as a mixture of snow or sleet Thanksgiving morning, temperatures will be near normal.
Another weak low pressure area may give us some light rain Friday night into Saturday morning, temperatures will continue to be near normal.
TODAY – Mostly cloudy and very windy, high in the low 40s, wind gusts to 50 mph possible.
TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy and windy, low around 30, wind gusts to 40 mph possible.
TUESDAY – Mostly sunny and windy, high in the mid 40s, wind gusts to 35 mph possible, diminishing by late in the day.
WEDNESDAY – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
THANKSGIVING – Mostly cloudy with a chance of light rain, rain may start off as a mixture of snow or sleet in the morning.
FRIDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of drizzle, high in the low 50s, chance of light rain at night.
SATURDAY – Partly sunny with a chance of morning showers, high near 50.
SUNDAY – Mostly sunny, high near 50.
MARINE FORECAST: Gale warning in effect till 6 a.m. on Tuesday for westerly winds gusting to 45 knots, seas 5-8 feet.
OUTLOOK – Small craft advisories likely Tuesday into Tuesday evening with no advisories expected late Tuesday through Friday.
Have a good day!