Winter is offering a tease of things to come when it is expected to interrupt fall's sunny skies at least for a day when rain and snow showers move into the area on Thursday, but only stay for a day before heading out again, according to the National Weather Service.
Monday's highs in the mid- to upper-50s are expected to continue through Wednesday when it dips into the high 40s, before ushering in the chance of rain and snow showers on Thursday.
Residents can expect a 60 percent chance of the rain/snow mix during the day and 70 percent in the evening, as a cold front blast through the area before moving out on Friday leaving partly sunny skies and cooler temperatures, officials said.
Putnam and Dutchess counties can expect a greater chance of the rain/snow mix Thursday, the Weather Service forecast shows.
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