HERE'S YOUR ROBIN HOOD RADIO TRI-STATE FORECAST INCLUDING NORTHWEST CONNECTICUT, SOUTH COUNTY MASS, DUTCHESS, ULSTER AND COLUMBIA COUNTIES IN NEW YORK.
1947 – WETTEST SINGLE DAY IN MANY EASTERN CITIES WHEN 3 TO 5” OF RAIN FELL.
TODAY: CONSIDERABLY CLOUDY WITH SHOWERS – 50-55
TNTE: PARTLY CLOUDY – LOWER 40S
TUES: MOSTLY SUNNY AND WARM – 75-80
WED: SUNNY AND SUMMER-LIKE – MID 80S
THURS: PARTLY CLOUDY- CHANCE OF A SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM – MID 80S
A storm on the surface and aloft over The Northeast producing unseasonably cool – windy weather with showers – and even snowshowers across New York STate. It will move out Tuesday…and warm weather will overspread much of the Nation. Showers and storms in Plains…some of which will be severe over the next few days. That front will weaken by the time it reaches the East by the weekend. Below – today’s outlook for severe weather….yellow and tan denoting best chance .
Below – rainfall expected over the next 5 days….followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.