Chief Meteorologist Steve LaPointe
Update Time: 10:00 PM 1/24/2024
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RAINY, FOGGY WEATHER THROUGH FRIDAY – POTENTIAL SNOW STORM FROM LATER SUNDAY INTO MONDAY
A series of weak low pressure systems will continue to ride the jet stream up from the south through our area through Friday bringing bouts of rainfall tonight and again later Thursday night into Friday with plenty of fog and drizzle in between. Moderate temperatures both Thursday and Friday in the 40s will ensure rainfall, apart from some icy pockets in the southern Adirondacks and across Vermont tonight.
Fog, some locally dense, will reduce the visibility overnight and likely again Thursday night into Friday, just a heads up for travelers.
Weak high pressure will build in on Saturday to give us a break in the action, although getting any breaks in the clouds will be difficult, so expect mostly cloudy skies to continue with highs into the low and mid 40s.
Then later Sunday into Monday, it’s likely another storm will originate across the south and then make its way to the coast, ultimately passing south of New England on Monday. The timing and track of the storm at this point are not certain as well as how much cold air will be in play. But there is a potential we’ll get a snow storm out of it this later in the weekend.
Cloudy skies, murky
Areas of fog, locally dense
Occasional rain or drizzle
WIND: Southerly 5-10 mph
Light rain or drizzle in the morning tapering to patchy afternoon drizzle
Areas of fog, locally dense in the morning
WIND: Becoming NNE 5-10 mph
Rain redeveloping later at night
WIND: Light ENE
Cloudy skies, murky with fog
Periods of rain or drizzle
WIND: ESE shifting to W 5-10 mph