Your Daily Forecast
|Meteorologist: Craig Adams
Last Updated: Sunday, September 14, 2014 10:08:47 PM
AREAS OF FROST LATER TONIGHT AND EARLY MONDAY MORNING - FROST ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR THE MOHAWK VALLEY, EASTERN CATSKILLS, LAKE GEORGE REGION, THE BERKSHIRES, SOUTHERN VT, NORTHERN TACONICS.....FREEZE WARNING FOR THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN ADIRONDACKS....Locations within the listed areas above run the risk of frost with temperatures falling into the 30s overnight....In the Adirondacks, several hours of temperatures at or below 32 degrees may induce a freeze for places in those locations
Clear skies and winds near calm will provide ideal conditions for the cool airmass in place over the region to generate frost or freezing conditions in the areas listed above. Most of the Capital District and the Hudson Valley area will not be as cold, and therefore frost is not anticipated on a widespread basis.
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Clear and quite chilly.
Frost for some areas.
Wind: Near calm
Sunrise: 6:35 AM
Low: Near 40, but colder in outlying areas
Sunshine mixing with increasing clouds in the afternoon and evening.
Wind: Variable, 10 mph
Sunset: 7:05 PM
High: Mid 60s
Showers developing after midnight.
Not as cool.
Wind: Becoming S-SW 5-10 mph
Low: Near 50
Showers around to start the day.
Clouds giving way to afternoon clearing.
High: Mid 60s to upper 60s
Mixed sunshine and clouds.
High: Low to mid 60s