A warm front to our southwest will sweep across the region during Sunday night and pass to our northeast by early Monday morning. The front will be accompanied by increasing clouds and the chance for an isolated shower or storm early Monday morning, especially for areas south of Albany.

Monday will turn very warm to hot and more humid with scattered thunderstorms developing around midday and becoming more numerous by late afternoon through tomorrow evening. A low pressure area and its associated cold front will move through causing the unsettled weather. There could be severe storms during Monday with the primary hazard being damaging winds and perhaps a couple of large hail makers, too. There is also a very low tornado risk as well, especially across the Hudson Valley.  Lastly, heavy rainfall will accompany any storm, whether its severe or not and there will be frequent lightning, too.

The storms will taper off to scattered showers Monday night and these will end by Tuesday morning. Dry and warm weather will follow for Tuesday afternoon along with a bit less humid conditions, too. 

Have a good night!

Andy Gregorio