A change in night time temperatures are being felt in the entire Hudson Valley.  While some of the day time highs have been up in the mid 60’s even low 70’s, the night time temps are falling into the 30’s and 40’s.

Sunday night, you can see in the graphic from the National Weather Service, that’s temperatures in the Poughkeepsie area will hover around 39, while temperatures in the high elevations will be somewhat lower anywhere from 30 to 35.

The National Weather Service has stopped issues frost and freeze warnings for westerns and southern Adirondacks, because the growing season has stopped since the widespread frost has taken place.

credit: National Weather Service

Don’t get to excited, temperatures for the rest of the week will not be as cold overnight.  By the end of the week night time temps will be in the mid 50’s and possibility 60.   Daytime highs by Thursday will be back up to 80.