Good Thursday morning!
Skies are sunshine-filled again on Thursday with a mild, yet comfortable high temp around 70 degrees. Light north wind 5-10 mph. At times, there will be a few clouds floating overhead, but no rain is expected...at least until tonight. Then, there could be a handful of isolated sprinkles, especially from the Adirondacks to southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire. Overnight, temps fall to the upper 40s under partly cloudy skies.
Friday, expect a mix of sun and clouds, but still mainly dry. However, I wouldn't rule out a stray shower or two. Temperatures again soar to the upper 60s with a light and variable wind.
Big plans outdoors over the weekend? Make sure you have a rain backup, just in case! The ridge of high pressure extending out of southern Quebec that has kept us dry this week, will begin to break down. That allows the area of low pressure over the Ohio River Valley to scoot north.
Expect more clouds Saturday and Sunday with occasional showers. It won't be a washout all weekend long, but just be ready for a little rain from time to time. Temps are cooler, thanks to those pesky clouds, in the mid 60s. Rainfall totals will range from just a few tenths of an inch north, to 0.5-0.75" across southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire.
Have a good day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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