Spotty Showers and Temperature Fluctuations

Rockland County, NY – According to the News 12 Storm Watch Team, residents can anticipate fluctuating weather conditions in the upcoming days. Meteorologist Addison Green advises that Friday afternoon may bring the possibility of spotty showers.

Looking ahead, Saturday will experience even hotter temperatures, with moderate humidity and highs reaching close to 90 degrees. There is also a chance of a spotty thundershower during the day, preceding a cooler and showery weekend.

On Friday, the sun will mix with clouds, resulting in hot temperatures of around 90 degrees. During the afternoon and evening, there is a chance of a spotty shower or thundershower, but no severe weather is expected. Friday night temperatures will remain near 60 degrees.

On Shabbos, the weather is described as a “weather whiplash.” The day will be mostly cloudy, with a few showers. The temperature will noticeably drop, with highs only reaching the 60s. It will be breezy, and the evening temperatures will dip to around 52 degrees.

Sunday will start with a mix of sun and clouds in the morning. As the day progresses, there is a possibility of a few showers in the afternoon and evening. Highs will be around 67 degrees, with lows near 52 degrees.

As the new week begins, Monday is expected to be mostly cloudy, accompanied by scattered showers and breezy conditions. Highs will be around 70 degrees, while lows will be near 56 degrees.

Tuesday’s forecast indicates mostly cloudy skies with the potential for a stray shower. Highs are expected to reach around 73 degrees, with lows near 56 degrees.

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