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Massive System Will Bring New Rounds Of Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes: Here's Timing Massive System Will Bring New Rounds Of Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes: Here's Timing
Massive System Will Bring New Rounds Of Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes: Here's Timing A massive system stretching from the Midwest to the East will bring separate rounds of severe thunderstorms to the region amid high heat and humidity. According to the National Weather Service, the primary threats are locally damaging wind gusts that can down trees and power lines, along with heavy rainfall.  A few tornadoes are also possible, along with small hail. The first image above from AccuWeather.com shows areas in orange where severe storms are possible on Tuesday, July 16. The timing for the storms is from around 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. More severe weather is on trac…
After The Storm: Here's Timing For First Potential Heat Wave Of Year After The Storm: Here's Timing For First Potential Heat Wave Of Year
After The Storm: Here's Timing For First Potential Heat Wave Of Year A powerful storm system that swept through the region has now pushed off the coast, leading to a dry and pleasant Father's Day weekend before the first potential heat wave of the year. Temperatures will soar into the 90s in much of the Northeast starting on Tuesday, June 18. The mercury is expected to hit 90 degrees or higher each day, possibly through the end of the workweek.  A heat wave is defined as three or more consecutive days in which the temperature is 90 degrees or higher. "The first heat wave of the season may start on Tuesday with peak heat index values above 95 possi…
Separate Rounds Of Showers Will Follow Late Winter Warmup: 5-Day Forecast Separate Rounds Of Showers Will Follow Late Winter Warmup: 5-Day Forecast
Separate Rounds Of Showers Will Follow Late Winter Warmup: 5-Day Forecast Separate rounds of showers will follow a springlike stretch marked by mild temperatures and clear skies. It will be sunny with temperatures above average on Wednesday, March 13, and Thursday, March 14 with high temperatures in the mid-60s on Wednesday and upper 60s on Thursday with calm winds. The first round of showers will move in overnight Thursday into Friday, March 15. Showers will continue through early Friday afternoon on a mostly cloudy day with temps in the 60s. There will be another round of showers early Friday evening. A total of about a quarter of an inch of precipitation is…
Here's Timing For Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat Here's Timing For Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat
Here's Timing For Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat A days-long stretch of hot and humid conditions will finally come to an end with the arrival of an unsettled weather pattern that will include separate rounds of storms. The high temperature on Thursday, Sept. 7 will generally be in the low 90s with the heat index in the upper 90s due to high humidity, according to the National Weather Service. A Heat Advisory is in effect for most of the region until early Thursday evening. Clouds will increase Thursday night as the unsettled conditions arrive, prompting the separate storm chances. The first chance for showers and thunders…
Smoky Skies: Air Quality Health Advisory Issued For All NY Regions Due To Canadian Wildfires Smoky Skies: Air Quality Health Advisory Issued For All NY Regions Due To Canadian Wildfires
Smoky Skies: Air Quality Health Advisory Issued For All NY Regions Due To Canadian Wildfires Millions in the United States are under air quality alerts as Canadian wildfire smoke once again spreads in parts of the Northeast and Midwest. An Air Quality Health Advisory has been issued for Monday, July 17 for all regions of New York. (See the image above.) It went into effect at midnight and will last until 11:59 p.m. for delicate particulate matter for the New York City metro area, Hudson Valley, Adirondacks, eastern Lake Ontario, Central New York, and Western New York. This advisory is effective from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. for ozone for Long Island and New York City Metro. It wil…
Unsettled Start To Week Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast Unsettled Start To Week Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast
Unsettled Start To Week Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast A showery, foggy start to the week will be followed by a shift to cooler temperatures with breezy conditions. Monday, April 17 has started off with morning showers and areas of dense fog. It will gradually become mostly sunny later in the afternoon as a cold front approaches.  The high temperature will be in the mid to upper 60s. For a look at the high temperatures on Monday from the National Weather Service, see the first image above. Tuesday, April 18 will be cooler and breezy with partly sunny skies, a high temperature in the mid to upper 50s, and wind gusts of up to around 25…
Start Of Spring Will Be Followed By Unsettled Weather Pattern Start Of Spring Will Be Followed By Unsettled Weather Pattern
Start Of Spring Will Be Followed By Unsettled Weather Pattern The start of spring is just hours away, and it will be followed by a topsy-turvy week weather-wise.  Monday, March 20 will be mainly sunny with high temperatures ranging from the mid-40s to low 50s, but wind-chill values in the 20s before it becomes less breezy in the afternoon. Astronomical spring begins at 5:24 p.m. on Monday. The first full day of the spring -- Tuesday, March 21 -- will feel like it's just that, with sunny skies and a high temperature in the mid to upper 50s. Wednesday, March 22 will start off partly sunny on a day in which the high temperature again reaches the m…
New Storm System On Track For Region: Here's What's Coming New Storm System On Track For Region: Here's What's Coming
New Storm System On Track For Region: Here's What's Coming Get set for a spring break ahead of a new storm system that will sweep through the region. Temperatures will climb in the upper 50s and low 60s on Wednesday, Feb. 15, and Thursday, Feb. 16 under cloudy skies both days before a new storm system arrives Thursday afternoon into Friday, Feb. 17, according to the National Weather Service. "It will be warm enough that many people will be able to ditch extra layers and winter gear altogether, as the weather will feel much more like late April rather than mid-February," AccuWeather.com forecasters say. Close to an inch of rain is possible before t…
Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern
Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern Dangerously cold wind chill temperatures will continue to impact the region throughout the day on Saturday, Feb. 4 before there's a big turnaround in temperatures. Wind-chill values of as low as 25 below zero have been reported early Saturday morning. "The cold wind chills could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 30 minutes," the National Weather Service said. After mid-morning, the temperature will gradually begin to climb, reaching a high of around 20 degrees in most spots on Saturday, but wind chill values will be in the teens and single digits. Winds will n…
New Storm Will Bring Accumulating Snowfall, Cause Slippery Travel Conditions: Here's Latest New Storm Will Bring Accumulating Snowfall, Cause Slippery Travel Conditions: Here's Latest
New Storm Will Bring Accumulating Snowfall, Cause Slippery Travel Conditions: Here's Latest A brand-new storm will bring widespread accumulating snowfall to the region and cause slippery travel conditions. It's due to arrive during the day Wednesday, Jan. 25. It could dump up to a foot of snow across some interior areas, with generally around 2 inches of accumulation around the I-95 corridor, unlike the first storm of this week, according to AccuWeather.com.  If it happens, it would be the first measurable snowfall of the 2022-23 season in New York City. The currently projected timing for the system has it moving from west to east starting around midday Wednesday, the N…
After The Storm: Bitter Cold For Christmas Eve, Xmas Day Before Big Change In Weather Pattern After The Storm: Bitter Cold For Christmas Eve, Xmas Day Before Big Change In Weather Pattern
After The Storm: Bitter Cold For Christmas Eve, Xmas Day Before Big Change In Weather Pattern Let's hope Santa Claus is wearing an extra pair -- or two -- of long johns. That's because Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be the coldest in decades. A powerful, massive storm that brought a mix of heavy rain, damaging winds, sleet, and snow, has now moved off the coast, but the passage of a cold front accompanying the system has led to a dramatic dip in temperatures. The wind-chill factor on Christmas Eve on Saturday morning, Dec. 24 is below zero degrees in most of the region. After a sunny start, clouds will increase during the day, but the high temperature will only be in the mid…
Don't Adjust Your Calendar: Unseasonable Stretch Will Lead Into 'Fall Back' Weekend Don't Adjust Your Calendar: Unseasonable Stretch Will Lead Into 'Fall Back' Weekend
Don't Adjust Your Calendar: Unseasonable Stretch Will Lead Into 'Fall Back' Weekend High pressure will bring dry and mild weather for the remainder of the week and into the start of the "Fall Back" weekend, according to the National Weather Service. There will be sunshine and warmer-than-normal temperatures on Wednesday, Nov. 2, with highs  in the mid to upper 60s and calm winds. It will remain mild and mostly sunny each day through the week's end on Saturday, Nov. 5 with some areas of patchy fog in the morning hours at times. Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2 a.m. when it's time to set clocks back. Clouds will increase on Sunday as sunset arrives earlie…
Strong Cold Front Will Bring Heavy Thunderstorms With Gusty Winds, Drenching Rain Strong Cold Front Will Bring Heavy Thunderstorms With Gusty Winds, Drenching Rain
Strong Cold Front Will Bring Heavy Thunderstorms With Gusty Winds, Drenching Rain A strong cold front will slice through the summertime heat and humidity that has taken a hold of the region, bringing heavy thunderstorms. Showers and storms will arrive overnight Sunday, June 26 into Monday, June 27, and continue into Monday evening. Sunday will be sunny and warm, with the high temperature in the upper 80s to around 90 degrees and high humidity, according to the National Weather Service. Clouds will increase from west to east Sunday night "Showers and thunderstorms ahead of this front may start to arrive across western Pennsylvania and western New York by later in t…
Possible Record-Breaking Temps Will Be Followed By Storms, Big Change In Weather Pattern Possible Record-Breaking Temps Will Be Followed By Storms, Big Change In Weather Pattern
Possible Record-Breaking Temps Will Be Followed By Storms, Big Change In Weather Pattern A topsy-turvy weather pattern will see dramatic shifts in temperatures over the next couple of days triggered by an approaching frontal system accompanied by a new round of showers and thunderstorms. After a long stretch of temperatures at or below normal levels, the mercury will climb into the 90s on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, with the potential for possible record-breaking temperatures for this time of the year. "In many areas, the heat and humidity this Saturday and Sunday will bring the hottest conditions since last August," according to AccuWeather.com. After a mostly cloudy…
Super Soaker: Here's When To Expect Heaviest Rainfall During Stormy Stretch Super Soaker: Here's When To Expect Heaviest Rainfall During Stormy Stretch
Super Soaker: Here's When To Expect Heaviest Rainfall During Stormy Stretch An unsettled weather pattern has arrived in the region, with rounds of heavy rain at times over the next two days.  Wednesday, April 6 has started off with steady rain but won't be a complete washout.  Rain will continue throughout the morning before there will be a break from the precipitation in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. That will be followed by scattered showers Wednesday night. Temperature-wise, Wednesday and Thursday, April 7 will be raw, with a high temperature in the low 50s both days. Thursday will be a washout with rain at times…
Here's Latest Timing On Powerful Storm With Strong Winds That Could Cause Power Outages Here's Latest Timing On Powerful Storm With Strong Winds That Could Cause Power Outages
Here's Latest Timing On Powerful Storm With Strong Winds That Could Cause Power Outages A powerful, multiple-hazard storm will sweep through the Northeast, with the main impact on this region being strong, gusty winds that could cause power outages. The storm will arrive in this region on Thursday night, Feb. 17 and continue into early Friday morning, Feb. 18. “The highest winds gusts will arrive in areas from the Delmarva (Peninsula) to New York City early Thursday night before spreading into coastal southern New England later at night and into the early hours of Friday morning,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dean DeVore said. A Wind Advisory is in effect from late Thursd…
Arrival Of Icy Mix Of Freezing Rain, Sleet, Snow Causes Many School Closures Arrival Of Icy Mix Of Freezing Rain, Sleet, Snow Causes Many School Closures
Arrival Of Icy Mix Of Freezing Rain, Sleet, Snow Causes Many School Closures The arrival of a massive winter storm bringing a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain has caused many school closures throughout the region on Friday, Feb. 4. As the morning has progressed, a wave of cold air has allowed the wintry mix and snow lines to shift southward. (See the radar image above.) That trend will continue as the temperature gradually continues to fall throughout the day. Winter weather advisories are in effect throughout the region until 7 p.m. Friday. While most of the region will see little or no snowfall accumulation, icy conditions will continue through the …
Start Of New Year Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern: Here's What To Expect Start Of New Year Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern: Here's What To Expect
Start Of New Year Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern: Here's What To Expect The arrival of 2022 will soon be marked by a big change in the weather pattern as mild temperatures will gradually give way to sharply colder air. It will be dreary with rain at times throughout the morning, afternoon, and evening accompanied by areas of fog on New Year's Day, Saturday, Jan. 1. Unseasonable temperatures from the final days of 2021 will carry over into the start of the new year, with Saturday's high in the low 50s. Temperatures will remain steady Saturday evening and overnight.  Sunday, Jan. 2 will start off with scattered morning showers and skies will remain cloudy.…
New Round Of Thunderstorms Will Usher In Change In Weather Pattern New Round Of Thunderstorms Will Usher In Change In Weather Pattern
New Round Of Thunderstorms Will Usher In Change In Weather Pattern A new round of showers and thunderstorms will lead to a change in the weather pattern. There will be a mix of sun and clouds on Monday, Sept. 27 which will be the warmest day of the week, with the high temperature climbing to the upper 70s after a brisk start to the day. The chance for showers starts overnight heading into Tuesday morning, Sept. 28. It will be mostly cloudy throughout the day, with a high temperature in the low 70s and a chance for showers and storms. The storm chance will increase in the late afternoon and into Tuesday evening and the early overnight hours. After the sy…
Separate Rounds Of Showers, Thunderstorms Will Dampen Region Separate Rounds Of Showers, Thunderstorms Will Dampen Region
Separate Rounds Of Showers, Thunderstorms Will Dampen Region A pleasant start to the weekend will be followed by the arrival of separate rounds of showers and thunderstorms. The chance for precipitation will begin in the overnight hours on Sunday, July 25, and continuing through mid-morning. It will be mostly cloudy Sunday with a high temperature in the low 80s. Most of the day will be precipitation-free before a new round of showers and thunderstorms is expected overnight Sunday into Monday, July 26. Skies will clear after daybreak on Monday, which will be mostly sunny and warmer with a high temperature around 90 degrees. Check back to Daily Voice…
New Round Of Showers, Thunderstorms Will Bring Big Change In Weather Pattern New Round Of Showers, Thunderstorms Will Bring Big Change In Weather Pattern
New Round Of Showers, Thunderstorms Will Bring Big Change In Weather Pattern An approaching cold front will trigger a new round of showers and thunderstorms that will be followed by a big change in the weather pattern. Tuesday, July 20 will be hot, and humid, with spotty storms farther north and inland. (See the first image above.) The high temperature will be in the mid to upper 80s with hazy sunshine. Showers and thunderstorms will become widespread throughout the region on Wednesday, July 21.  Storms will arrive late in the morning as the cold front nears. (Click on the second image above.) Some of the storms could produce gusty winds.  Storm activity…
Strong To Severe Storms With Damaging Wind Gusts Possible In Region Strong To Severe Storms With Damaging Wind Gusts Possible In Region
Strong To Severe Storms With Damaging Wind Gusts Possible In Region A surge in temperatures will be accompanied by a system that could bring strong to severe thunderstorms with gusty winds to the region. The time frame for storm activity is late Tuesday afternoon to late Tuesday evening, July 6. The primary threat from the potential storms is damaging winds, the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Outlook statement issued early Tuesday. A Heat Advisory is in effect for the entire region starting around midday Tuesday and lasting until Wednesday evening, July 7. There will be a mix of sun and clouds during the day with a high temp…
Real 'Unofficial Start Of Summer': Here's How Much Warmer It Is Than Over Memorial Day Weekend Real 'Unofficial Start Of Summer': Here's How Much Warmer It Is Than Over Memorial Day Weekend
Real 'Unofficial Start Of Summer': Here's How Much Warmer It Is Than Over Memorial Day Weekend Memorial Day weekend is known as the unofficial start of summer. But that couldn't have been further from the case this year with high temperatures averaging about 20 degrees below normal last weekend. Now, on the first weekend of June, parts of the region, especially farther inland, are on the brink of the first heatwave of 2021. (See the first image above.) A heatwave is defined as three or more straight days with a high temperature of 90 degrees or more. Some spots could see record warmth for this time of year on Sunday, June 6, which will be sunny, with a high temperature in the upper …
Storm System With Potential For Damaging Wind Gusts, Flooding Arrives In Region Storm System With Potential For Damaging Wind Gusts, Flooding Arrives In Region
Storm System With Potential For Damaging Wind Gusts, Flooding Arrives In Region An unsettled weather pattern has arrived in the region with the potential for strong storms with gusty winds and the possibility of flooding. The time frame for which is Thursday morning, June 3 until early Friday evening, June 4. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain, especially in the areas shown in dark green in the image above. The primary threat from the storm will be damaging winds, the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Statement issued early Thursday morning. The high temperature will be around 70 degrees Thursday. Showers and thunderstorms are likely from…
Seasonable Conditions Return Before New Storm System Takes Aim On Region Seasonable Conditions Return Before New Storm System Takes Aim On Region
Seasonable Conditions Return Before New Storm System Takes Aim On Region The month of June will start off with more seasonable conditions, but it won't be long before stormy weather returns to the region. The high temperature will be in the mid 70s on Tuesday, June 1, under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Winds will be mild. Wednesday, June 2 will be mostly cloudy, with a high temperature again in the mid 70s, and a slight chance of rain from the mid-afternoon to early evening. Then comes the new storm system, the time frame for which is late Thursday morning, June 3 until early Friday evening, June 4. Rain and showers will become likely after 11 a.m. Thursday …
Midweek Warmup Will Be Followed By Showery, Stormy Stretch: Here's What Coming Midweek Warmup Will Be Followed By Showery, Stormy Stretch: Here's What Coming
Midweek Warmup Will Be Followed By Showery, Stormy Stretch: Here's What Coming Things will heat up temperature-wise in the middle of the week before a dreary, showery, and stormy stretch of days. After a cloudy start on Tuesday, April 27, skies will become partly cloudy. The high temperature will be in the mid 60s. The warmup arrives on Wednesday, April 28 as the high temperature will hit 80 degrees in most of the region under partly sunny skies with calm winds. Clouds will thicken Wednesday night and there will be isolated showers overnight. Thursday, April 29 will be cloudy and breezy with showers at times during the day and a chance of thunderstorms in the mid to…
New Storm System Will Bring Big Change In Weather Pattern New Storm System Will Bring Big Change In Weather Pattern
New Storm System Will Bring Big Change In Weather Pattern A new storm is headed to the region and it will bring days of dreary weather and a big change in the weather pattern, including a drop in temperatures. Tuesday, April 13 will be a dry day with morning clouds giving way to afternoon sunshine and a high temperature in the low 60s. After a partly sunny start on Wednesday, April 14, clouds will increase in the afternoon as the high temperature reaches the mid 60s. The slow-moving system will then begin to make its way to the region, starting late in the evening on Wednesday, bringing rounds of wet weather. There will be on-and-off showers and…
Big Change In Weather Pattern Coming After Icy, Snowy Stretch Big Change In Weather Pattern Coming After Icy, Snowy Stretch
Big Change In Weather Pattern Coming After Icy, Snowy Stretch Just when you thought there could be "snow" more, a new round of snow and rain showers is possibly on Tuesday, Feb. 23. But the temperature will be just above freezing during the window for precipitation from mid-morning to the early afternoon, so any snow will not accumulate on surfaces. Tuesday's high temperature could finally top the 40-degree mark under mostly cloudy skies. Then -- at long last -- will come a much-welcomed change in the weather pattern in the form of milder temperatures and clear skies. Wednesday, Feb. 24 will be mostly sunny and feel a bit like early spring, wit…
Here Are Areas Expected To See Accumulating Snowfall From New Storm System Here Are Areas Expected To See Accumulating Snowfall From New Storm System
Here Are Areas Expected To See Accumulating Snowfall From New Storm System Areas in which accumulating snowfall is expected have been identified for a quick-moving new storm system that will sweep through the region. The time frame for the storm is from early Monday afternoon into early Monday evening, Feb. 22. An inch or so of snowfall is possible north of I-287 in New York and the Merritt Parkway in Connecticut and Massachusetts before a changeover to rain. (See the first image above.) Areas mainly north of I-84 could see 1 to 3 inches of snowfall. Some parts of upstate New York could see 3 to 4 inches. (For projections there, click on the second image above.) …
Nor'easter Nears: Snowfall Projections Increase As Region Braces For Blizzard-Like Conditions Nor'easter Nears: Snowfall Projections Increase As Region Braces For Blizzard-Like Conditions
Nor'easter Nears: Snowfall Projections Increase As Region Braces For Blizzard-Like Conditions A long-lasting, major storm taking aim on the Northeast will bring between a foot and 18 inches of snowfall to much of the region, along with blizzard-like conditions, including strong, gusty winds. The storm is expected to develop late Sunday night, Jan. 31, and become heaviest in the afternoon on Monday, Feb. 1, and linger into Tuesday, Feb. 2. For a look at the latest snowfall projections for the storm, released Saturday morning, Jan. 31 by both the National Weather Service and AccuWeather, see the first two images above. For the projected arrival times for the storm, see the third ima…
Storm Knocks Out Power To More Than 100,000 In Hudson Valley Storm Knocks Out Power To More Than 100,000 In Hudson Valley
Storm Knocks Out Power To More Than 100,000 In Hudson Valley A powerful storm system bringing heavy downpours and damaging winds has resulted in numerous downed tree limbs, leading to road closures and more than 100,000 power outages in the Hudson Valley. Here are the number of customers without power just before 8:15 a.m. on Christmas Day, Friday, Dec. 25 by utility company (click on each link for breakdowns by community): Con Edison - 17,598 NYSEG - 24,469 Central Hudson - 33,163 Orange & Rockland County - 26,107 In areas hardest hit, residents are being urged to avoid travel Christmas morning to allow utility crews to clear roadways …