Sunday will stay mostly cloudy, and we'll turn cooler again. Highs reach the upper 40s in the Adirondacks and Northeast Kingdom, with low to mid 50s elsewhere. Most of the day will end up being dry, but there will still be some spotty showers from time to time. A few snowflakes will even fall in the highest terrain, mostly over 2500 feet.
Clouds hold tough early Monday, but more sun works out over the course of the day. Highs will again be on either side of 50 after starting out with lows around 40. The clouds will be last to clear in the Northeast Kingdom; a lingering spot shower or flurry is even possible there early in the day.
Tuesday is warmer, near 60, but skies become mostly cloudy again. A batch of showers moves in at night, and continues into early Wednesday. Highs on Wednesday will mostly be in the 50s.
It looks like temperatures will fall off sharply late week, just in time for Halloween. Showers will return by then as well.
-Meteorologist Michael Page