Brrrr, it was very chilly this morning. We woke up to temperatures between 10 and 20 degrees all over the North Country. By this afternoon, those temps hit the seasonable mid 30s under mostly sunny skies thanks to high pressure parked off to our east over Maine. Also look for light south winds, around 5-10 mph.
Tonight, that high pressure gives us another round of mostly clear skies, nearly calm winds and bitter morning lows in the teens and 20s. But on Tuesday, a warm front approaches from the southwest putting a hiatus on that quiet weather. After lunchtime tomorrow, look for increasing clouds from the south with scattered rain showers developing throughout the afternoon and evening. There may be a narrow window of time when light freezing rain or sleet falls in the higher elevations, but little to no ice accumulation is expected with temperatures warming as a result of that front. Highs reach the low 40s.
Scattered showers continue overnight into Wednesday and Wednesday night with that same low pressure system dragging a cold front through the region. By Thursday morning, precip should be wrapping up - but a few light snow showers may linger on over mountainous terrain.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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