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Robin Hood Radio
 
HERE'S YOUR ROBIN HOOD RADIO TRI-STATE
FORECAST INCLUDING NORTHWEST CONNECTICUT, 
SOUTH COUNTY MASS, DUTCHESS, ULSTER AND
COLUMBIA COUNTIES IN NEW YORK

 

WEATHERCAST:

EVEN THOUGH WE SHIFT GEARS OFFICALLY INTO SUMMER… THE WEATHER GEARS ARE STUCK. STALLED FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO CAUSE EPISODES OF WET WEATHER RIGHT INTO THE WEEKEND. HARD TO SAY WHO WILL GET THE HEAVY RAIN AND WHEN…BUT ANY THUNDERSTORM CAN DEPOSIT HEAVY RAINS. IT SHOULD BE PARTLY SUNNY TODAY – 80-85…THEN CLOUDS INCREASE FRIDAY -  80. WEEKEND LOOKS

UNSETTLED AND HUMID.REAL KICKER WILL BE TO SEE IF A NOR’EASTER WILL  FORM AND GIVE US RAIN EARLY NEXT WEEK. WE CAN ONLY HOPE FOR CHANGES AS THE WEEKEND DRAWS NEAR.

WEATHER TRIVIA:

1954 – SEVERE HAILSTORM IN  WICHITA, KS.  9 MILLION IN DAMAGES.

SHORT VERSION:

TDY:    PARTLY SUNNY – 80-85

TNTE:  PARTLY CLOUDY- 55-60

FRIDAY:SUN WITH INCREASING CLOUDS - 80

SAT:     CLOUDY – MORE HUMID WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS – 75-80

SUN:    CLOUDS – SHOWERS AND SOME THUNDERSTORMS – 80-85

     

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
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