September 24, 2016 05:59 PM

A FROST ADVISORY is in effect for early Sunday morning for areas to the west through north and east of the Capital District. A cool Canadian airmass has settled over the region and with forecast 3C conditions - that's Clear, Calm and looks like frost formation is possible. Early Sunday morning temperatures will be near 40° across the Capital District but outlying locales will have readings between 33° to 37°, that is, these temperatures are cold enough for some frost to develop.

Sunday will be another cool mostly sunny day. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s with a gusty NW breeze developing during the afternoon. This wind will abate by Sunday night with another round of 3C weather expected along with another chance for FROST, perhaps even here in the Capital District. Another FROST advisory is possible for late Sunday night/early Monday morning.

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Monday will start off sunny and dry but skies will cloud up by late afternoon as a cold front approaches from the west. This front will spread showers our way by Monday night through midday Tuesday. Highs on Monday will be in the 65-69 degree range and with the clouds and showers at night expect much milder lows ranging from the 40s across the Adirondacks to 50° or the low 50s elsewhere.

Stay warm tonight!

Andy Gregorio


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