Weather: 90s to 60s (5/19/2017)

Our severe weather threat is over but the damage has been done. There were numerous reports of trees and lines down. That helped knock out power to 10s of thousands in the northeast. Ahead of storms on Thursday, highs got well into the 80s & 90s. Burlington hit 93°, which tied an all time record high for the month of May. Lebanon, NH also set a record high. In the wake of the storms, it's about to get a lot cooler!

Showers and clouds will linger into the first part of Friday before clearing, drying & cooling. After starting around 60° in the morning, Friday afternoon won't be much warmer. Afternoon temperatures will only climb into the low 60s in the North Country. It might feel extra chilly considering it'll be 30° colder than Wednesday AND Thursday! Central & southern areas have a better chance at 60s & perhaps 70s; the more south you go, the warmer it'll be. Friday night, we all get chilly with a cold air recipe in place. Clear skies, dry air and lighter winds will allow lows to fall into the upper 30s & low 40s by Saturday morning. We'll turn it around nicely Saturday afternoon under mostly sunny skies. Highs will cruise into the middle 60s; below normal but still comfortable.

Sunday looks good too and that's good news if you're joining us at the JDRF Walk at CVU Sunday morning. Lauren Malone is emceeing and many of us from Local 22 & Local 44 will be there walking! Temperatures will be in the 40s & 50s under mostly sunny skies when things get going. We'll quickly warm into the low 70s by Sunday afternoon. The day will be dry until showers arrive by late evening. Next week starts rainy.

The weekend is just about here!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker


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