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New Line Of Severe Storms Accompanying Cold Front Will Bring Change In Weather Pattern: Timing New Line Of Severe Storms Accompanying Cold Front Will Bring Change In Weather Pattern: Timing
New Line Of Severe Storms Accompanying Cold Front Will Bring Change In Weather Pattern: Timing The final day of a steamy stretch of hot, humid weather with heat index values around 100 degrees will be capped off by a line of severe thunderstorms accompanying a cold front. The time frame for the newest severe system is from the middle of the afternoon into the middle of the night on Wednesday, July 17, with the most organized storms expected early in the evening. Dangerous storms that moved from west to east in the afternoon and evening on Tuesday, July 16, prompted New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to declare a State of Emergency with more than 105,000 without power, mainly in central and n…
First Named Storm Of 2024 Hurricane Season Forms: Meet Alberto First Named Storm Of 2024 Hurricane Season Forms: Meet Alberto
First Named Storm Of 2024 Hurricane Season Forms: Meet Alberto What could be one of the most active hurricane seasons ever now has its first named storm. Tropical Storm Alberto formed late Wednesday morning, June 19 as it moved across the western Gulf of Mexico. Heavy rain, coastal flooding, and gusty winds are forecast along the coasts of Texas and northeastern Mexico through Thursday, June 20. Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued in those areas. It could make landfall, probably in Mexico, Thursday night. Up to 12 inches of rainfall is possible in parts of northern Mexico. In late May, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forec…
New Flash Flood Risk: Complex Storm System Could Dump Several Inches Of Rainfall New Flash Flood Risk: Complex Storm System Could Dump Several Inches Of Rainfall
New Flash Flood Risk: Complex Storm System Could Dump Several Inches Of Rainfall A complex storm system accompanying a strong cold front could bring up to 4 inches of rainfall to parts of the Northeast leading to a new threat of flash flooding. Ahead of the arrival of the system, it will be dry on Thursday, Oct. 5, with skies gradually becoming sunny after morning fog, according to the National Weather Service. The high temperature will be in the low to  mid-70s. Clouds will increase on Friday, Oct. 6 with more patchy morning fog and a chance of showers and drizzle throughout the day. The high temperature will be around 70 degrees. Showers will be more widesp…
'Stay Vigilant': Hochul Warns Hudson Valley Residents To Prepare For Heavy Rain 'Stay Vigilant': Hochul Warns Hudson Valley Residents To Prepare For Heavy Rain
'Stay Vigilant': Hochul Warns Hudson Valley Residents To Prepare For Heavy Rain As forecasts call for a long stretch of heavy rainfall, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul is warning residents to prepare for potential flash flooding. The warning comes as forecasters predict heavy downpours in the Hudson Valley, New York City, and Long Island regions beginning on Thursday night, Sept. 28, and lasting through Friday night, Sept. 29, which may bring as much as five inches of rain in some locations, according to Hochul's office. Related Report - New Storm System Could Dump 3-Plus Inches Of Rainfall To Much Of Region: Here's Timing The conditions may cause flash flooding to th…
More To Come: Here's Timing For New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region More To Come: Here's Timing For New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region
More To Come: Here's Timing For New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region New update - Flash Flood Risk: New Rounds Of Storms Could Bring Drenching Downpours, Isolated Tornadoes The final rounds of a potent frontal system are now pushing off the coast of eastern New England, but it may not be long before new rounds of showers and storms develop. First, the good news. The second half of the weekend will be dry will a mix of sun and clouds on Sunday, Aug. 13, and a high temperature in the mid-80s with relatively high humidity, according to the National Weather Service. It will remain mostly clear overnight and dry during the day on Monday, Aug. 14. The…
Flash Flood Threat: Here's Projected Timing For System Packed With Storms, Heavy Rain Flash Flood Threat: Here's Projected Timing For System Packed With Storms, Heavy Rain
Flash Flood Threat: Here's Projected Timing For System Packed With Storms, Heavy Rain An approaching frontal system will bring thunderstorms and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding. The system will arrive from west to east early Thursday afternoon, Aug. 10, and continue to move through into the evening. Heavy rain is expected to begin in the New York City area, Hudson Valley, and Capital regions, and western Connecticut around midday Thursday and later in the afternoon in Massachusetts and eastern Connecticut. Areas where soaking rain is expected are shown in dark green in the first image above from AccuWeather.com. About an inch of rainfall is now expected, with lo…
New System Packed With Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain Could Cause Flooding New System Packed With Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain Could Cause Flooding
New System Packed With Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain Could Cause Flooding A new system taking aim at the region will bring thunderstorms and heavy rain that could cause flooding. Current forecast models project the system will arrive from west to east starting late Thursday morning, Aug. 10. Heavy rain is expected to begin in the New York City area, Hudson Valley, and Capital regions, and western Connecticut around midday Thursday and later in the afternoon in Massachusetts and eastern Connecticut. About a half of an inch to three-quarters of an inch of rainfall is expected, with locally higher amounts where there may be flooding, according to the National Weath…
New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region After Dry, Comfortable Stretch: 5-Day Forecast New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region After Dry, Comfortable Stretch: 5-Day Forecast
New Rounds Of Storms On Track For Region After Dry, Comfortable Stretch: 5-Day Forecast After many parts of the region set records for the wettest July ever, the start of the new month will be marked by dry, comfortable weather before separate rounds of thunderstorms are expected. The break from the humid conditions continues for Tuesday, Aug. 1 with forecast dew points at noon in the 50s region-wide, with some upper 40s across some areas, according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures will range from the upper 70s to around 80 degrees under mainly sunny skies. Wednesday, Aug. 2 will be another picture-perfect day with sunny skies and a high temperature of a…
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…
New Flash Flood Threat: Separate Rounds Of Slow-Moving Storms Take Aim At Region New Flash Flood Threat: Separate Rounds Of Slow-Moving Storms Take Aim At Region
New Flash Flood Threat: Separate Rounds Of Slow-Moving Storms Take Aim At Region Separate rounds of slow-moving storms with heavy downpours at times will bring a new risk of flash flooding to the area into early next week. AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jon Porter said that a "major concern is that renewed, serious flash flooding can occur in some of the same areas that were heavily impacted by devastating and deadly flooding in the last several days because it will now take even less rainfall to result in dangerous flash flooding in these areas given how saturated the ground is.” The time frame for the first system is overnight Thursday, July 13 into Friday, July…
Rounds Of Storms With Gusty Winds Take Aim At Region; Updated July 4th Forecast Rounds Of Storms With Gusty Winds Take Aim At Region; Updated July 4th Forecast
Rounds Of Storms With Gusty Winds Take Aim At Region; Updated July 4th Forecast Rounds of storms with gusty winds will sweep through the region leading into the July 4th holiday. Scattered showers are moving across portions of the area Sunday morning, July 2, with thunderstorms expected to develop in the afternoon and evening across the area, National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Outlook statement. "There is the potential for a few of the storms to become strong to severe, with strong winds the main threat," the statement, issued early Sunday morning, said. Locally heavy rainfall is also possible. The cloud cover will keep…
First Day Of Summer Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast First Day Of Summer Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast
First Day Of Summer Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast The start of summer is now just a couple of days away, and it will be followed by a change in the weather pattern. Skies could be hazy at times during the week due to ongoing smoke from Canadian wildfires, especially in areas farther north and west. (See the image above from AccuWeather.com.) Monday, June 19 will bring a mix of sun and clouds and a high temperature generally in the upper 70s, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday, June 20 will be partly sunny with a high temperature in the mid-70s.  Areas farther north and inland could see an isolated shower or stor…
Here's Brand-New Father's Day Forecast, Outlook Leading Into First Day Of Summer Here's Brand-New Father's Day Forecast, Outlook Leading Into First Day Of Summer
Here's Brand-New Father's Day Forecast, Outlook Leading Into First Day Of Summer Have outdoor plans for Father's Day on Sunday, June 18? There's some good news. It's now looking better than earlier forecasts indicated. It will be dry throughout the day and good to go for those plans, with partly to mostly sunny skies and a high temperature in the mid to upper 70s, according to the National Weather Service.  But there's still a slight chance of isolated showers in spots, mainly late in the afternoon. Skies could be hazy at times during the week due to ongoing smoke from Canadian wildfires, especially in areas farther north and west. (See the image above from …
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible A round of scattered thunderstorms, some of which will be severe, will be packed with gusty winds and could produce small hail. The time frame for storm activity is from the middle afternoon Friday, June 2 into the early overnight hours on Saturday, June 3. The chance for storms and showers will increase Friday evening. (See the forecast model in the first image above from the National Weather Service.) The storms will be triggered by a backdoor cold front pushing through from the east. Widespread high temps in the upper 80s to low 90s are on tap for Friday. The passage of the front…
Swings In Temps, Plume Of Smoke From Wildfires Highlight 5-Day Forecast Swings In Temps, Plume Of Smoke From Wildfires Highlight 5-Day Forecast
Swings In Temps, Plume Of Smoke From Wildfires Highlight 5-Day Forecast A cold front that passed through the region has led to the arrival of cooler temperatures in the area, but the next few days will see a swing back to warmer conditions before another shift for the weekend. High temperatures Tuesday, May 30 will be in the upper 60s to low 70s with mainly sunny skies, but haze in some spots, due mainly to a plume of smoke from wildfires in Nova Scotia which will arrive from the east to the west, according to the National Weather Service. As a result, there could be decreased air quality. (See the image above.) It will remain dry on Wednesday, May 31 wit…
'Cold Shock': Be Prepared For Low Water Temps Rest Of Warm Memorial Day Weekend 'Cold Shock': Be Prepared For Low Water Temps Rest Of Warm Memorial Day Weekend
'Cold Shock': Be Prepared For Low Water Temps Rest Of Warm Memorial Day Weekend As temperatures warm up, beaches will be crowded for the next couple of days. But forecasters are warning beachgoers to be prepared for water temperatures that are much colder than temperatures in the air. "Warm air doesn’t always mean warm water in lakes, streams, or oceans," the National Weather Service says. "Fifty-five-degree water may not sound very cold, but it can be deadly.  "Plunging into the cold water of any temperature becomes dangerous if you aren’t prepared for what the sudden exposure can do to your body and brain.  "Warm air temperatures can create a false sense …
Cold Front Will Bring Line Of Showers, Possible Storms, Followed By Shift In Temps Cold Front Will Bring Line Of Showers, Possible Storms, Followed By Shift In Temps
Cold Front Will Bring Line Of Showers, Possible Storms, Followed By Shift In Temps A cold front will move through the region accompanied by precipitation and followed by a drop in temperatures. Ahead of the late-day arrival of the front on Wednesday, May 24, skies will be mainly clear, according to the National Weather Service. The high temperature will be in the mid-70s. A line of showers will accompany the front, with a slight chance of thunderstorms, late Wednesday afternoon into the early evening. The front will sweep southward, causing a sharp drop in temperatures, starting in areas farther north and inland and continuing in the evening into Thursday, May 25. (See t…
New Stronger System Will Bring Scattered Thunderstorms With Gusty Winds: Here's Timing New Stronger System Will Bring Scattered Thunderstorms With Gusty Winds: Here's Timing
New Stronger System Will Bring Scattered Thunderstorms With Gusty Winds: Here's Timing A second, stronger storm system of the weekend will bring scattered thunderstorms and gusty winds to the region. Sunday morning, April 30 started off with scattered rain showers and areas of dense fog following a wet, windy day on Saturday, April 29 which brought a widespread 1 to 2 inches of rainfall, the National Weather Service said. The next storm system will arrive from west to east starting at around midday Sunday and last through Sunday night. It's expected to have more substantial rain and wind than the first storm system on Saturday, according to AccuWeather.com. In addi…
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…
5-Day Forecast: Warmup In Temps Will Be Followed By Unsettled Stretch 5-Day Forecast: Warmup In Temps Will Be Followed By Unsettled Stretch
5-Day Forecast: Warmup In Temps Will Be Followed By Unsettled Stretch A warmup in temperatures amid plenty of sunshine will be followed by the arrival of an unsettled weather pattern in the middle of the week. Monday, April 3 will be mostly sunny and warmer with the high temperature climbing to the upper 50s to low 60s in the afternoon after a brisk start to the day in the morning, the National Weather Service says. It will be even warmer on Tuesday, April 4 with partly sunny skies and a high in the mid to upper 60s. Clouds will thicken overnight as the unsettled pattern arrives with showers and rain. Wednesday, April 5 will be cloudy with a 50-50 chance fo…
Potent Storm Nears: Here's When Damaging Wind Gusts Could Cause Power Outages Potent Storm Nears: Here's When Damaging Wind Gusts Could Cause Power Outages
Potent Storm Nears: Here's When Damaging Wind Gusts Could Cause Power Outages Damaging wind gusts that could cause power outages will be the main threat from a potent storm system that will sweep through the region. It's on track to arrive overnight Friday, March 31 into Saturday, April 1, with scattered thunderstorms at times through early Saturday evening before the system moves out, according to the National Weather Service.  Wind gusts during the height of the storm will be as high as 50 to 60 miles per hour. (See the first image above from AccuWeather.com.) Ahead of the storm, Friday, March 31 will be mostly cloudy with a chance of showers s…
Dry Wrap-Up To Weekend Will Be Followed By New Round Of Rainfall, With Snow Possible In Spots Dry Wrap-Up To Weekend Will Be Followed By New Round Of Rainfall, With Snow Possible In Spots
Dry Wrap-Up To Weekend Will Be Followed By New Round Of Rainfall, With Snow Possible In Spots A raw, wet start to the weekend will be followed by a dry day with plenty of sunshine on Sunday, March 26 before a new round of precipitation sweeps through the region. The high temperature on Sunday will range from the upper 50s to around 60 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. It will remain breezy with occasional 25-mile-per-hour gusts before winds subside in the evening. Clouds will increase on Monday, March 27 with a chance for rain starting after around noontime. It will be cooler with the high temperature hovering around the 50-degree mark. Rain is expected over…
Nor'easter: Gusty Winds Remain Following 'Unique' Storm With Wide-Ranging Snowfall Totals Nor'easter: Gusty Winds Remain Following 'Unique' Storm With Wide-Ranging Snowfall Totals
Nor'easter: Gusty Winds Remain Following 'Unique' Storm With Wide-Ranging Snowfall Totals The rain and snow from a potent late-winter Nor'easter have tapered off, but gusty winds remain with additional power outages possible on Wednesday, March 15.  Expect occasional gusts up to 40 mph through Wednesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures will range from the upper 30s to mid-40s, though the wind will make it feel about 10 degrees colder. Mostly cloudy skies Wednesday will gradually give way to sunshine. As for precipitation totals from the system, it was one of the most unique storms in a while. In many cases, inland areas wit…
Projected Snowfall Totals Increase For Winter Storm Headed To Region Projected Snowfall Totals Increase For Winter Storm Headed To Region
Projected Snowfall Totals Increase For Winter Storm Headed To Region Projected snowfall totals have increased for a new winter storm headed to the region. The time frame for the system is Friday night, March 10 into Saturday, March 11, according to the National Weather Service. A widespread 4 inches of accumulation is now predicted for most inland areas, with close to 6 inches in some spots, where hazardous travel is expected. (See the image above from the National Weather Service.) For New York City, Long Island, and coastal areas, a wintry mix is expected from the storm, but accumulations of 1 to 2 inches are possible. Clouds will increase on Friday with…
New Snowfall Projections Released For Winter Storm Headed To Region New Snowfall Projections Released For Winter Storm Headed To Region
New Snowfall Projections Released For Winter Storm Headed To Region Click here for a new, updated story: Projected Snowfall Totals Increase For Winter Storm Headed To Region New snowfall projections have been released for a new winter storm headed to the region. The time frame for the system is Friday night, March 10 into Saturday, March 11, according to the National Weather Service. Much of the region is expected to see 1 to 3 inches of snowfall (shown in light blue in the image above from AccuWeather.com). Areas farther west could see 3 to 6 inches (Columbia blue) and 6 to 12 inches (blue). For New York City, Long Island, and coastal areas, a wint…
Projected Snowfall Totals Released For New Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast Projected Snowfall Totals Released For New Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast
Projected Snowfall Totals Released For New Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast Updated story: New Snowfall Projections Released For New Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast Projected snowfall totals have been released for a new storm on track for the Northeast later this week. The time frame for the system is Friday night, March 10 into Saturday, March 11, according to the National Weather Service. Much of the region is expected to see 1 to 3 inches of snowfall (shown in light blue in the image above from AccuWeather.com). Areas farther west could see 3 to 6 inches (Columbia blue) and 6 to 12 inches (blue). Areas farther east, including Long Island, Connecticu…
Approaching Winter Storm Could Bring Snowfall To Northeast: Here's Projected Timing Approaching Winter Storm Could Bring Snowfall To Northeast: Here's Projected Timing
Approaching Winter Storm Could Bring Snowfall To Northeast: Here's Projected Timing New update: Projected Snowfall Totals Released For New Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast A brand-new storm on track for this week could bring accumulating snowfall to the Northeast. The time frame for the system is Friday night, March 10 into Saturday, March 11, according to the National Weather Service. "It is possible for accumulating snow to reach all the way to coastal areas of New Jersey, New York, and southern New England," AccuWeather Meteorologist Joseph Bauer said. Ahead of the expected arrival of the storm, the remainder of the workweek will be dry and breezy, the Nation…
Storm Scenarios: Final Track Will Determine What Parts Of Region Could See Wintry Mix Storm Scenarios: Final Track Will Determine What Parts Of Region Could See Wintry Mix
Storm Scenarios: Final Track Will Determine What Parts Of Region Could See Wintry Mix A new winter storm could bring a mix of snow, sleet, and rain that could cause slippery travel conditions in parts of the region. The time frame for the system is late Monday night, March 6 into Tuesday morning, March 7, according to the National Weather Service. But its projected track is uncertain. One forecast model is taking it a bit farther west. (See the image above from AccuWeather.com.)  In those inland areas, 1 to 3 inches of snowfall is possible. Areas farther west could see 3 to 6 inches of accumulation. Another model has the system moving more to the east, meaning m…
New Winter Storm Expected To Bring Snow, Sleet, Rain, Cause Slippery Travel New Winter Storm Expected To Bring Snow, Sleet, Rain, Cause Slippery Travel
New Winter Storm Expected To Bring Snow, Sleet, Rain, Cause Slippery Travel A new storm headed to the region is expected to bring a mix of snow, sleet, and rain that could cause slippery travel conditions. The time frame for the system is late Monday night, March 6 into Tuesday morning, March 7, according to the National Weather Service. Leading up to the storm's arrival, Sunday, March 5 will be mostly sunny with a high temperature in the mid to upper 40s. Monday will start off with clear skies as the high temperature climbs to around the 50-degree mark. Clouds will increase at night ahead of the storm's arrival.  Areas where the overnight temperature stays…
Track Shifts For Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast: New Projected Snowfall Totals Track Shifts For Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast: New Projected Snowfall Totals
Track Shifts For Winter Storm Taking Aim On Northeast: New Projected Snowfall Totals The projected track has shifted for a new winter storm headed for the Northeast as an unsettled weather pattern arrives in the area. The current projected time frame for possible snowfall is from Friday evening, March 3 into Saturday, March 4, the National Weather Service says. Precipitation is expected to start as rainfall Friday afternoon, before changing over to a wintry mix and snow, especially in areas farther north and inland. Areas near the coast could see heavy rainfall, coastal flooding, and strong winds with gusts up to 45 miles per hour. The highest snowfall totals will be&…
More To Come? New Winter Storm Could Be On Track For Later In Week More To Come? New Winter Storm Could Be On Track For Later In Week
More To Come? New Winter Storm Could Be On Track For Later In Week As snowfall lingers from the most potent storm of the season, forecasters are monitoring the potential for a new winter system on track for the region at week's end. The current projected time frame for possible snowfall is from late Friday morning, March 3 into Saturday, March 4, the National Weather Service says. Since the high temperature Friday will be in the upper 30s, rain could mix with snow at times in the afternoon, before a drop in temps overnight leads to the possibility of a changeover to all snow heading into Saturday morning. "A number of factors will come into play to d…