The week started on a cool note: temperatures only climbed to around 60 when we should be heading toward 70 degrees.
Frost Advisories have been issued for the Catskills as it will be a chilly Monday night and it will remain on the cool side on Tuesday. Later this week, there will be a warm-up, but only to where we should be at for this time of the year.
The clouds that stuck around for much of the day will thin out Monday night. Temperatures will drop into the 40s across the vast majority of the region. Some frost is possible in Ulster and Sullivan Counties, where temperatures will end up in the 30s.
On Tuesday, the sun will mix with clouds throughout the day and temperatures will climb into the mid 60s. The wind will pick up, especially during the afternoon, with gusts to around 20-30 mph at times. The wind should ease Tuesday night, but that breeze will make it feel much colder than the forecasted low of the mid 40s. Wind chills will likely be in the 30s across the region by daybreak on Wednesday morning.
After the chilly start, Wednesday will be a partly sunny day. Temperatures will hover once again in the mid 60s, but the winds should be lighter, making it feel much better than Tuesday.
Heading into the latter part of the week, we should see some moderation with the temperatures. As the winds diminish, the sun should help bring temperatures up toward 70 degrees on both Thursday and Friday.
We may see more of the same for the weekend as well. Saturday and Sunday will feature partly to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will hold right around 70 degrees.