Florence Brings Heavy Rain to the Hudson Valley Monday Night
It will remain warm and muggy on Monday for the Hudson Valley. Clouds will be on the increase and there are some heavy rains plans for Monday night into Tuesday, from what is left of Hurricane Florence. Tuesday, the Hudson Valley could see one or two inches of rain. Dry and more seasonable weather will return mid-week.
For the first part of Monday, expect partly sunny skies, it will be muggy and temps get up near 80. Late Monday night, expect thunderstorms and heavy rain to move in. Tuesday will be wet with more thunderstorms.
Here’s the latest forecast from the National Weather Service:
Monday: Partly sunny, high near 79. Light south wind, a chance of rain in the afternoon.
Monday night: Rain with thunderstorms overnight. Low around 68. Storms could produce heavy rainfall.
Tuesday: Rain, high near 78. Maybe a thunderstorm before 3pm. Storms could produce heavy rainfall.
Tuesday night: A chance of showers, before 11pm. Otherwise mostly cloudy, low around 63.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 77.