Newburgh New York Weather
A blizzard last week abruptly ended the heat in the Midwest, but a series of powerful storms swept through the mid-Hudson region, flooding roads and streams. A herd of deer walks through the freezing fog on the banks of the Hudson River in New York's Hudson Valley on Thursday, January 26, 2017. Last week's blizzards brought an abrupt end to warmth to the Midwest, bringing an abrupt end to that warmth.
Doppler radar shows up to two inches of rain falling in some areas, with flooding expected in Monticello, Narrowsburg and Wurtsboro, the NWS said. The station N WS issued a warning Thursday afternoon that radar readings indicate a high flood risk in the Hudson River Valley and other parts of the state.
The New York State Bridge Authority said at 2: 28 p.m. that Intersection 84 was closed because of flooding. The Hudson Valley region also tweeted a photo of a heavily flooded roadway that shows the intersection of I-84 and Interstate 84 in Monticello, south of Wurtsboro. NWS predicts up to two inches of rain in low-lying areas of the state, with a high flood risk in the Hudson River Valley and other areas.
The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings and flood warnings for the Hudson River Valley, with flooding expected in an area stretching from Port Jervis and Middletown to Walden and Chester. Some websites can be accessed via the NWS website and the New York State Bridge Authority website.
Daily highs range from 81 to 90.0 degrees, with highs in the mid-80s for most of New York. With humidity, temperatures feel cold this half of the year, with no rain or snow. If there is only dry weather, it will be November, January and then October and a well mixed boundary layer will allow relatively warm temperatures. The wind will have been gusty from the west and it will feel cool given the humidity and wind.
Because of this classification, the most common form of precipitation this year may not be rain alone, but a mixture of rain, snow and thunderstorms.
At the upper end of the mountain there is usually colder, drier snow, but it is partly cloudy all year round. Summer is warm and wet in Newburgh, and winter is below freezing all year round except for a few days in spring and early summer.
The sky is mostly cloudy, with a slight chance of a few bright spots in the afternoon and evening, and during the day the sky is cloudy but not too bright at night.
The hottest day of the year is July 20, with an average high of 84 degrees and a low of 65 degrees. The warmest time of the year is generally the first half of July, where the peak is at 87.5 degrees Celsius (30.8 degrees Celsius), with temperatures rarely dropping below 64.1 degrees at night.
The quietest day of the year is August 1, with an average maximum of 72 degrees and a low of 65 degrees Celsius. Maximum sustained wind speeds and days that last longer than a few moments are the days with the highest speed, when the average maximum sustained wind speed is considered a moderate breeze and the lowest sustained winds are considered a low speed day. The highest wind speed or duration of days that last longer than a few moments is the high speed of days with a maximum speed of more than 15 km / h in the beginning - to mid-February, which reach a maximum sustained speed of 20 km / h or more, which is considered the lightest breeze.
Surface E - SE winds will be gusty, with gusts of 35 - 40 km / h predicted. Western waters, including ports, will remain west of the low-flying jet and will not adapt to the winds. SW 5 - 10 kt will turn into a gust of 20 kts this afternoon and is considered satisfactory, so be ready for this weekend. The wind at the surface from east-south will be gusty in the morning and early afternoon, with wind speeds of 30 to 35 km / h predicted.
There could be some showers as the cold air is responsible for the wet bulb cooling, but there could also be a chance of snow showers as there is limited moisture available. However, the risk of thunderstorms and snow showers cannot be overcome by the low-flying jet and the fact that there will be limited humidity.
Check the radar, hour, and minute forecasts and check the AccuWeather alert page for the New York City and New Jersey region to help you plan your day by receiving "Accumulated Weather Alerts," as they are done through browser notifications.
Other radar models of Newburgh NY, including the radar model of the National Weather Service New York City and New Jersey, can be viewed for Orange County, New York, by viewing an animated radar loop of the surrounding area from the AccuWeather radar station in Newbury, NY. You can also view other Newburg NY radars and models, including those for the radar stations in New Haven, Connecticut and Westchester County for New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas and the United States of America. Other Newbursts, such as the NWS New Hartford, N.H. Radar, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Newburgh, the NJ Radar and other radar systems, can be seen their animated radar loops of Orange County and surrounding areas. For more information about weather and conditions in other parts of New England, please visit the American Meteorological Society's New Bedford, MA radar page.