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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

July 28, 2016 11:45 PM

As a cold front continues to slowly make its way south through the night, we'll see a mostly cloudy sky along with a few scattered showers, especially south of the Mohawk Valley.  Lows will be in the mid 60s to 70°.

That front will sag to our south through the day on Friday and as it does so, it'll serve as a highway for a fast-moving storm to roll along it.  That means a batch of heavy rain will move through during the morning, but since the front will be to our south, so too will be that heavy rain.  It's difficult to pinpoint how far north the rain will get but as of now, it looks like it'll stay south of Albany as it scoots east.

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Through the afternoon, we'll see an increase of sunshine, especially as one heads north of the Capital District.  Highs will range from the upper 70s (south) to the mid 80s (north).

Saturday looks fine with scattered high clouds and highs in the low 80s; a better shot at some scattered showers/storms returns for Sunday afternoon into Monday morning.

Have a great Friday-

Jason Gough


WNYT-TV

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