Good morning! Happy hump day!
While high pressure noses into northern New York and western Vermont bringing sunny stretches Wednesday, clouds continue to hold steady over eastern Vermont and New Hampshire, dropping raindrops from time to time.
Any showers will be brief and very light, but the chance for sun today is pretty slim in the Northeast Kingdom and White Mountains. Meanwhile, bright, blue sunshine-filled skies are a welcome sight west of the Green Mountains.
The temp reaches the low to mid 50s with a north wind of 5-10 mph. Tonight, clouds fill back in all across the region as the low bottoms out around 40°.
Thursday and Friday are both then a mix of sun and clouds - and mainly dry, although a stray sprinkle can't be ruled out. Look for the low to mid 60s by late afternoon with a light north wind. Friday afternoon, clouds really start to thicken up with a soggy weekend ahead of us.
Showers will kick off Saturday afternoon and linger through much of Mother's Day. Clouds keep the temp down a bit, at or just below 60°. Showers start to wind down on Monday, with sunshine returning Tuesday.
Have a great day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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