Happy Saturday folks! Hope you are all enjoying your weekend, fall is in the air for sure! But what about a taste of winter? Yes, I said winter! For some of us you will be waking up tomorrow to see frost on the ground!
Our weather set up has a cold air mass from Canada moving south with an area of high pressure, and with clear skies overnight the conditions are favorable for some freezing to occur. Our main concern is for Essex Co. Vermont and Coos Co. New Hampshire, if you live within or near these counties expect overnight lows in the low 30s. For those counties just mentioned a Freeze Warning is good for our overnight and until 8am Sunday morning. If you can't bring in your sensitive plants, it is best to cover them. Across eastern/ southern Vermont and northern Adirondacks of New York a Frost Advisory tonight, and goes until 8am Sunday as well. Heading into the overnight hours, fog will also develop in the areas that don't receive much wind tonight, areas in the NEK and ADKs.
Sunday is on track to be sunny, but cooler thanks to a breezy northwesterly wind. While it will be sunny, highs will struggle to get out of the 50s for the most part with a few areas in the low 60s. Good news, if you like the more seasonable temperatures we will have a warming trend and will see a return of the mid and upper 60s by mid week through the end of the upcoming week.
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher
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