Cooler air settles in for the weekend following the stifling heat of the last few days. As the sound of chainsaws fills the air following Thursday's storms, drier weather should aid the clean-up.
Friday, the temp starts off in the mid 60s to low 70s, and slowly falls throughout the day eventually reaching the upper 50s by this evening. Northwest wind 10-15 mph. It's a mix of sun and clouds throughout the morning, with the sun eventually winning by this evening. There may also be a few straggling showers left behind early today, but most are dry.
Tonight, under clear skies, that temp continues to drop, bottoming out in the 30s to around 40°. Patchy frost could form in colder hollows of the Green and White Mountains or Adirondacks.
Then, finally a dry Spring weekend forecast. Saturday is mostly sunny and cool, low to mid 60s. North wind around 10 mph. Sunday, a tad warmer, low 70s with partly sunny skies. Clouds increase late Sunday as rain approaches Sunday night into Monday. Next week, it's looking quite soggy.
Have a fantastic day and an even better weekend!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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