according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday could bring more precipitation in the morning, followed by partly sunny skies and a high of 72 degrees. The rest of the week looks mostly sunny with temperatures hovering in the high 60s and low 70s.There's a chance of showers and thunderstorms today, with fog and temperatures hitting a high of 75 degrees,
If you love the colors autumn brings, you may want to hop aboard the Evening Star Thursday for a day-long cruise from Peekskill to Cold Spring and Bannerman's Castle.
Have photos from one of this past weekend's great, local events, like the Battle of the Rubber Duckies? Share them on the Patch boards.
Schools in Cortlandt and Peekskill will dismiss early Friday for an emergency evacuation drill. Visit school district websites for specific times.
In municipal matters: the City of Peekskill Common Council will meet tonight to discuss the budget schedule, city manager goals, the waterfront sculpture review committee and the "What Matters" mural—as well as an appeal to the Zoning Board of Appeals in regards to the building permit issued for the Renaissance Project's methadone clinic to be constructed at 3 Corporate Drive. On Tuesday the Peekskill Planning Commission will meet. Find agendas here. In Cortlandt, town board council members are scheduled to gather Monday night at 7 for a work session.