Wild weather will likely ruin your outdoor weekend plans across the Hudson Valley

The Hudson Valley woke up Friday morning to freezing temperatures. It certainly didn't feel like spring this morning, with temperatures in the 20s.

Rain Expected For Hudson Valley On Friday, Early Saturday


Temperatures will increase to the 40s or low 50s but rain will drench the region.

Rain is expected to start falling across the region around 2 p.m. on Friday and last until 10 p.m., according to Hudson Valley Weather.

Rain will start back up a few hours later. Hudson Valley Weather expects rain to start falling again around 2 a.m. on Saturday and last until early Saturday afternoon.

More Rain, Thunderstorms on Saturday


After a few hours of sunshine, the rain will return around 5 p.m., with thunderstorms possible. The strength of the thunderstorms depends on how long the sun shines. The longer, the stronger the thunderstorm.

"The longer the sun ☀️ shines and heats up and destabilizes the atmosphere, the stronger the thunderstorms ⛈️ will be. Then it clouds up again around 5pm with showers ⛈️ and thunderstorms that lasts till around 10pm Saturday night," Hudson Valley Weather states.

Upstate New York, Adirondacks Could See Snow, Black Ice Also Possible

Hudson Valley Weather reports parts of the upper Hudson Valley and the Adirondacks may see snow before rain on Friday.


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