Today we go to upstate New York, visiting the fine capital of Albany. Of course to some people, anything outside of NYC is considered upstate, but this really IS upstate!
At 1151pm EDT, the temperature at Albany, NY was 76 degrees under partly cloudy skies. A dissipating trough pushed through the Northeast today, kicking off scattered showers and thunderstorms around the area. This trough will dissipate overnight and be replaced by a weak area of high pressure for Tuesday. There’s a minimal chance of a thundershower popping off, and if so should be off to the south of Albany. High pressure should be firmly overhead for Wednesday, kicking up the temperature a couple more degrees and squashing any chances of precip for the area. Looks like July is heading out on a hot note!
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and hot. High 90, Low 68.
Wednesday: Sunny and hotter. High 92, Low 66.
TWC: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 92, Low 67.
Wednesday: Sunny and warmer. High 95, Low 66.
AW: Tuesday: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. High 91, Low 65.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, continued hot and humid. High 92, Low 67.
NWS: Tuesday: Slight chance of T-Stms and patchy fog. High 90, Low 69.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 92, Low 68.
WB: Tuesday: Very hot. High 90, Low 68.
Wednesday: Very hot. High 92, Low 66.
WN: Tuesday: Partly cloudy with patchy fog. High 90, Low 70.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 91, Low 68.
FIO: Tuesday: Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening. High 89, Low 66.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 90, Low 66.
Here we see an active mid-section of the country, but eastern NY is fairly quiet. Hopefully it stays that way for the next couple of days!