Will This Be The Warmest Winter on Record in the Hudson Valley?
If you take a quick look at the forecast this weekend, you'll see that it will be warming up a bit around the Hudson Valley.
The National Weather Service in Albany is reporting that Poughkeepsie and the Capital Region could be seeing their warmest winter on record.
According to their data, Poughkeepsie average temperature of 39.2 degrees which is the 9th warmest averages on record.
Take a look at the information the National Weather Service shared on their Facebook page below:
There are only a few weeks left in winter, so we may actually break some records. Fingers crossed this means there is no snow in the forecast leading up to March.
What will you be doing as the Hudson Valley warms up this weekend? Hiking with friends? Visiting one of the many wineries? Let us know!
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