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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

Paul Caiano, Meteorologist
Paul Caiano, Meteorologist
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Jordan Sherman, Meteorologist
Jordan Sherman, Meteorologist
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Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
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Bob Kovachick, Chief Meteorologist
Bob Kovachick, Chief Meteorologist
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Jason Gough, Meteorologist
Jason Gough, Meteorologist
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Following a hot afternoon in the Capital District, temps will be mild overnight, only reaching the upper 60s in Albany. Patchy fog is expected to develop, especially north of Albany.

Wednesday, our hottest afternoon of the year is expected. Highs will soar into the lower and mid 90s with dew points in the mid 60s. Sunny skies are expected in the Mid Hudson Valley, but some energy riding along a stationary boundary to the north will provide some clouds north of Albany at the foot of the Adirondacks and some showers and thunderstorms in spots.

Thursday is our next chance to see wet weather in the Capital District. A cold front will trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms mid day into the evening. Highs will be in the upper 80s.

Behind the front, a little relief. Dew points will slide into the low 60s and highs will be in the mid 80s on Friday. It will be the most "comfortable" day this week, but still on the warm side.

Have a great day!

Paul Caiano