Clearer but still very cold
by: Steve Caporizzo, Tim Drawbridge
Latest storm tracking forecast from meteorologists Steve Caporizzo and Tim Drawbridge
Big Storm Tracks west of us… It will pull VERY mild air into the northeast on Thursday – temperatures will likely approach 60.
Surface analysis shows high pressure movements over us tonight…. the return flow brings milder air but clouds and a downpour threaten on Wednesday…. elements from the Rockies will bring wet weather later Thursday – Thursday evening….
And, for interests outside of the Northeast…. there is an evolving threat of severe weather in the central plains…. which moves east for Wednesday…. pretty good wind/tornado outbreak possible through the Mississippi and Tennessee valleys to the gulf coast….
The Futurecast shows all early Wednesday sun giving back to the clouds…. could be a late afternoon shower threat….
projected highs will range from the low and mid 30s in the Adirondacks to the low and mid 40s from Albany points south…..
A sweet day for Thursday…. mostly cloudy with an increasing threat of showers/rain during the day…. predicted highs will range from the mid and upper 50s to the lower 60s….
7 and 10 day forecasts….Weather improving. Quick hit of warmer weather for Thursday…then the LONG Range for early April appears to be close to normal for this time of year