Hope your weekend is going spectacular! High pressure has been briefly in control of our weather since yesterday, now it is slipping away. Clouds will slowly increase this evening as our next system moves in from the Ohio River Valley. Overnight lows will fall into the low 50s across the Adirondacks, to the low 60s across the Champlain Valley. Come early morning, folks in southern Vermont and New Hampshire will wake up to clouds and scattered showers. During the day clouds will move from south to north, along with the scattered rain. With more clouds cover to the south, our southern regions will only climb into the low and mid 70s during the afternoon. While the northern regions will range from the mid 70s to near 80°. Not everyone will see rain tomorrow afternoon, but come Sunday evening models are indicating a better shot for widespread rain. This trend of clouds and rain will continue into the day on Monday, another cool one too with his in the low to mid 70s.
Sunshine will peak back out with a mix of clouds come Tuesday afternoon, an area of high pressure will return and set up shop for the rest of next work week. We are expecting clouds to stick around, a mix of sun and clouds into Friday. Our temperatures will rebound by Tuesday, returning to the low 80s. We will take a run for the 90 degree mark come Thursday and Friday.
Next Saturday models are hinting at another round of rain, a cold front moving in between Friday night and mid day Saturday.
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher
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