Hope everyone has enjoyed their Thanksgiving! We saw beautiful mild weather over the past few days but that is all about to change. What we currently have going on is a slow and weak cold front to our north, ahead of the showers we are still dealing with mild temperatures in the upper 50's and 60° mark. The front is bring with is light scattered showers and they will be working across Northern New York, Vermont and Northern New Hampshire this evening... Southern Vermont/ New Hampshire will be dealing with the showers during the early to late morning. The showers like I said are on the light side less than an tenth of an inch... though as the front passes higher elevations will see a change over to snow. Locations above 1,500' could see around a dusting with the peaks only picking up near an inch of fresh snow... this could make for some slick roadways over night.
Saturday we will slowly clear out from NW to SE... winds will now be coming in mainly from the north helping to keep us cooler than average in the upper 30's but still closer to the normal of near 41°. Southern Vermont and NH will be the last to clear out by late Saturday. Overnight into Sunday expect clear skies and cooler overnight lows in the mid 20's. Sunday is looking to be mostly sunny but still cooler with highs in the upper 30's.
Have a great weekend, see you back here tomorrow night for the next update!
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher
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