Weather: Spot Showers on Sunday

Spot Showers on Sunday

By Torrance Gaucher |

Published 08/27 2016 05:34PM

Updated 08/27 2016 05:34PM

Hello everyone! 

Hope your weekend has been amazing like the weather, but some changes are coming early Sunday. But for the rest of our Saturday we are mainly clear other than a few fair weather clouds. Overnight clouds will increase west to east with lows in the upper 50s to the low 60s. A few spot sprinkles are possible overnight across the Saint Lawrence River Valley and Adirondacks. Waking up Sunday with some sun before becoming mostly cloudy cross the north country. A bit more sun will be seen across the Upper Valley, and southern Vermont. A head of the cold front temperatures will creep back up into the low 80s under a light south wind. When the front arrives during the early and mid part of the afternoon scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm is likely. Scattered rain will linger into the first half of the day on Monday before another brief dry period sets in.

Heading to the Champlain Valley Fair? Your forecast Sunday keeps a chance of a shower or two during the afternoon. Best keep a light rain jacket or poncho on standby! Monday will have a few morning showers, but come after lunch time we are looking at partly sunny and dry conditions. 

Have a great weekend! 

-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher 

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