After a stormy stretch of days, a somewhat quieter weather pattern unfolds for the middle of the week. Does that mean we will be entirely dry? No, but it does mean we finally see a few days in a row with no threat of severe weather or strong storms.
Tuesday is partly sunny and mild with just a touch of mugginess in the air. High temperatures reach the low to mid 80s with a southwest breeze of 5-10 mph, becoming northwest. There will likely be a handful of brief, light showers across the higher terrain of the Northeast Kingdom and northern Green Mountains, though most remain dry.
Tuesday night, it's partly cloudy and nearly calm. Temperatures fall to the low 60s. Patchy fog will likely form in sheltered river valleys through Wednesday mid-morning.
Wednesday, mostly sunny and hot, again! Temperatures soar into the upper 80s, to near 90 degrees. Wednesday evening, there will likely be some convection firing up across the border in Quebec. Although there is not a widespread thunderstorm threat for northern New York, Vermont or New Hampshire, an isolated storm or two may cross over the international border Wednesday night.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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