Friday night will be chilly but dry with temperatures dropping into the upper 30’s in the North Country and mid 40’s in the Mohawk Valley and Otsego County. Saturday will be another fantastic, fall-like day although a few degrees warmer than Friday as high pressure shifts off to the east. High temperatures reach the low to mid 70’s.
A low pressure system will bring some rain showers Sunday afternoon and evening. After a cold front, skies will clear and temperatures cool to start off next week. Temperatures will struggle to reach 70 degrees both Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures return to normal briefly for Wednesday and Thursday but another cold front will bring in showers and cooler weather to end the week.
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