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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

Paul Caiano, Meteorologist
Paul Caiano, Meteorologist
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Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
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Neal Estano, Meteorologist
Neal Estano, 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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A stationary front draped across the region is producing mostly cloudy skies across the Capital Region.  At the same time, some energy in the mid-levels of the atmosphere is moving in from the west.  The combination of the two may produce a shower or two during the day today with highs in the lower 70's.

Skies will remain mostly cloudy tonight with lows in the 50's.

That mid-level energy will still slowly be moving through tomorrow with mostly cloudy skies and a few showers.  Highs will remain near 70.

As that system pushes east, we will return to a mix of sun and clouds for Thursday and Friday with highs in the lower 70's.

The next storm will tap into some Gulf of Mexico moisture and has the potential to bring us a much needed soaking rain for Friday night and Early Saturday.  We will have more exact timing on the rain as we get closer to the weekend.  Behind this storm, much cooler air will move in for Sunday.

Have a great day!

Paul Caiano