Weather: Last Full Day of Summer (9/21 AM)

Amanda's Forecast Discussion

Good morning!

Morning valley fog gives way to mostly sunny skies by midday. Your top temp today is again in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees. Light north wind. Tonight, mostly clear to partly cloudy with morning fog. A tad cooler overnight, upper 40s to low 50s.

Friday, the Autumnal Equinox occurs at 4:02 PM, kicking off Fall officially. But it won't feel like Fall. We're in the low 80s Friday and Saturday, still with mostly sunny skies overhead.

Saturday morning, join Local 22 & Local 44 at the 2017 Vermont Heart Walk at Oakledge Park. We're proud sponsors and your official forecast. Registration is at 8:45 AM with the walk starting at 9:30 AM. It will be in the 60s Saturday morning, mostly sunny with a touch of fog and a light wind.

Sunday and Monday, longstanding record highs in Burlington (84° set in 1961 Sunday and 85°  set in 1891) are in danger of being broken. It will be toasty in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees under ample sunshine.

Tropical Storm Jose continues to spin offshore. There will be little to no additional impacts felt here. Just a few lingering clouds early in New Hampshire. Otherwise, it remains almost stationary with no strong steering force, weakening to a depression then a remnant low in the coming days.

Hurricane Maria meanwhile, weakened by its interaction with Puerto Rico, begins that turn to the north and northeast, staying east of the Bahamas and US mainland through early next week. Beyond Tuesday, there is a great deal of uncertainty regarding where much less intense storm (by that point) will head.

Have a wonderful day!

-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist


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