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Montgomery County Weather Warning NWS WEATHER ALERT FOR THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY, NY AREA - Issued: 410 AM EDT Sun Aug 1 2021 Montgomery County Weather Warning  

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Current Conditions

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Light Rain
Light Rain
57°F
Updated: 08/01 4:42 am
Feels Like:
59°F
Humidity: 74%
Wind:
Calm
Barometer:
29.94 in
Visibility:
6 mi
Light Rain
Light Rain
14°C
Updated: 08/01 4:42 am
Feels Like:
15°C
Humidity: 74%
Wind:
Calm
Barometer:
1014 mb
Visibility:
10 km

Sun/Moon Info.

Cloud Cover: 75%
UV Index: 6
Sunrise: 05:50 AM
Sunset: 08:19 PM
Moonrise: 12:19 AM
Moonset: 02:46 PM
Civil Twilight
5:14 AM to 5:47 AM EDT
8:18 PM to 8:50 PM EDT
Waning Crescent Moon
Waning Crescent Moon
Update is local observation time. What time is it in Montgomery County? 4:42 AM Sunday, August 1, 2021

Montgomery County, NY Weather Forecast

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Montgomery County 14 Day Weather Outlook

Note: Our 7 day Montgomery County weather forecast is our most reliable forecast. This model should only be used as a probable scenario. Forecasting more than 7 days ahead is challenging.
Sun
Aug 1

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain, high 72°F22°C, low 54°F,12°C, chance of precipitation 92%, wind SSW 6 mph,SSW 10 km/h, barometric pressure 29.85 in,1011 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 84%.
Mon
Aug 2

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 73°F23°C, low 54°F,12°C, chance of precipitation 74%, wind W 10 mph,W 16 km/h, barometric pressure 29.97 in,1015 mb, visibility 4 mi7 km, humidity 81%.
Tue
Aug 3

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy, high 74°F23°C, low 51°F,10°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind W 3 mph,W 5 km/h, barometric pressure 30.12 in,1020 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 73%.
Wed
Aug 4

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy, high 77°F25°C, low 55°F,13°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 4 mph,SSE 7 km/h, barometric pressure 30.18 in,1022 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 74%.
Thu
Aug 5

Partly cloudy, 0002 sunny intervals
Partly cloudy, high 80°F27°C, low 60°F,15°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind S 4 mph,S 6 km/h, barometric pressure 30.21 in,1023 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 74%.
Fri
Aug 6

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 82°F28°C, low 61°F,16°C, chance of precipitation 83%, wind SSE 3 mph,SSE 5 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 77%.
Sat
Aug 7

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 83°F29°C, low 63°F,17°C, chance of precipitation 81%, wind SW 5 mph,SW 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.06 in,1018 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 80%.
Sun
Aug 8

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 87°F31°C, low 67°F,19°C, chance of precipitation 86%, wind WSW 5 mph,WSW 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 77%.
Mon
Aug 9

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain, high 85°F30°C, low 69°F,21°C, chance of precipitation 87%, wind S 5 mph,S 7 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 83%.
Tue
Aug 10

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 88°F31°C, low 70°F,21°C, chance of precipitation 83%, wind SSW 7 mph,SSW 11 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 82%.
Wed
Aug 11

Heavy rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Heavy rain, high 81°F27°C, low 71°F,21°C, chance of precipitation 89%, wind SW 9 mph,SW 14 km/h, barometric pressure 29.94 in,1014 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 93%.
Thu
Aug 12

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain, high 78°F26°C, low 68°F,20°C, chance of precipitation 80%, wind WNW 2 mph,WNW 4 km/h, barometric pressure 29.97 in,1015 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 93%.
Fri
Aug 13

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain, high 87°F30°C, low 65°F,18°C, chance of precipitation 88%, wind SW 5 mph,SW 8 km/h, barometric pressure 29.97 in,1015 mb, visibility 4 mi6 km, humidity 85%.
Sat
Aug 14

Heavy rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Heavy rain, high 74°F24°C, low 55°F,13°C, chance of precipitation 89%, wind WSW 15 mph,WSW 25 km/h, barometric pressure 29.94 in,1014 mb, visibility 4 mi7 km, humidity 83%.
Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 319 PM EDT Sat Jul 31 2021 Valid Sun Aug 01 2021 - Tue Aug 03 2021 ...Excessive heat continues today over the interior Pacific Northwest, the South-Central U.S., and the Deep South before a cooling trend begins in on Sunday... ...Strong to severe thunderstorms with locally heavy rainfall from the Central Plains and mid-Mississippi Valley to the Southeast this afternoon reaches the Gulf Coast for Sunday and Monday... ...More rounds of monsoonal moisture expected across the interior western U.S. with flash flooding possible from the Great Basin to the Rockies... Oppressive summer heat has taken a vacation this weekend throughout the Midwest, Great Lakes, and Northeast thanks to a cold front ushering in a much cooler and drier airmass. Saturday's stifling heat across the Deep South and Southeast will improve slightly on Sunday but a hot and humid air-mass remains in place to close out the weekend. However, a cold front responsible for the injection of cooler and drier conditions in the Northeast this weekend eventually reaches the Deep South by Monday. Muggy conditions will likely persist along the Gulf Coast while comfortable humidity levels stick around in the Northeast and Great Lakes into start of the work-week. Precipitation-wise, waves of low pressure developing along an elongated frontal boundary draped from the central High Plains to the Southeast is forecast to trigger organized thunderstorms that could produce isolated tornadoes, damaging wind gusts, and large hail today from Kansas to the Carolinas. In addition, heavy downpours associated with these thunderstorms could lead to flash flooding in the mid-Mississippi River Valley today. The threat for severe weather and flash flooding pushes south and east on Sunday as the cold front becomes positioned over the Deep South. Farther north, a reinforcing shot of cooler air from Canada ushering in a swath of showers and some storms across the Great Lakes today reaches the Northeast by Sunday afternoon. This system will attempt to merge with one of the aforementioned waves of low pressure reaching the Mid-Atlantic coast by late Sunday and produce a period of strong to possibly severe thunderstorms near the Mid-Atlantic coast. By Monday, high pressure is in control from the Midwest to the Northeast while scattered thunderstorms set up shop along the Gulf Coast. In the West, a ridge of high pressure aloft has anchored itself over the region and continues to generate excessive heat this afternoon across the interior Pacific Northwest. An influx of monsoonal moisture being advected in from the Southwest should cool down temps in the interior Pacific Northwest on Sunday. Speaking of monsoonal moisture, there is no shortage of it across the drought-stricken Intermountain West. However, there is such a deep reservoir of monsoonal moisture available that showers and thunderstorms are capable of producing heavy rainfall rates and could trigger areas of flash flooding. Locations most at risk for flash flooding are where antecedent soil conditions are overly saturated or near burn scars. As a result, a handful of Slight risks for Excessive Rainfall are in place from the Great Basin to the central Rockies today. The Excessive Rainfall threat on Sunday shifts a into areas such as Bitterroots and Snake River Valley as well as the southern High Plains. More rounds of heavy showers and storms are possible up and down the spine of the Rockies on Monday. Lastly, Air Quality Alerts remain in effect for portions of Montana, Wyoming, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and the Tennessee Valley due to smoke associated with raging wildfires over western North America being advected into the regions by prevailing north-northwesterly winds. Mullinax Graphics available at:
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