While it may not be nice to fool Mother Nature, it’s okay for her to fool us.
Following a wet start to the holiday weekend, Tri-State area residents are finally getting the sun and warm temperatures they’ve been hoping for.
With temperatures in the single digits and snow blanketing the region many are trying their best to deal with the harsh elements.
Forecasters say the heavier rain this morning will taper off this afternoon, but it will get increasingly windy as the day goes on.
Starting Saturday afternoon, a wintry mix is expected to hit the Tri-State Area.
At the 166th Dutchess County Fair the emphasis will be on the best home-baked pie, the cows and baby pigs.
You can thank Mother Nature for a freak hailstorm that pounded parts of the Tri-State, coating the streets and sidewalks with walnut-sized balls of ice.
Crews went back to work Saturday to chop up trees and clear away debris and downed power lines.