Early Thursday, a prefrontal shortwave trough brings scattered light to moderate rain. Only a few hundredths to a few tenths of an inch of rain falls before we dry out heading into midday. Clouds may be pretty stubborn, but a few peeks of sunshine wouldn't surprise me. Mid afternoon through this evening, the actual cold front swings through with a second round of scattered showers. A few embedded thunderstorms are possible and could produce small hail and gusty wind. Top temp, mid to upper 70s. Breezy south wind 5-15 mph. Tonight, rain winds down. Near 60 degrees.
Friday and Saturday, an area of low pressure passes to our south over southern New England. Southern and central Vermont and New Hampshire will likely see plenty of clouds, while areas north enjoy more sunshine. Low to mid 70s. By Sunday, high pressure building south from Canada takes complete control and we start off the new month early next week with our shades on and our car windows rolled down. Near 80 degrees and mostly sunny.
Have an awesome day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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