Dry air continues to spill in through Thursday morning; any remaining showers will be wrapping up soon. Morning temperatures will be on the comfortably cool side in the low to mid 50s; colder pockets and higher elevations may touch the upper 40s. After some stubborn clouds early on, expect lots of sun through the afternoon with highs getting well into the middle 70s. The warm and sunny trend lasts through Friday, this continues to be great news for the fireworks display Friday night. If you're joining us at the Burlington waterfront, we'll have a few scattered clouds around but it will be dry. Temperatures will fall through the 70s & into the 60s by the time the show gets going at 9:30pm. We do hope to see you there, many of us from local 22 & local 44 will be there. As for the rest of the holiday weekend, we can't rule out a stray rain drop or three Saturday afternoon in the north country but I wouldn't cancel any plans. Otherwise, skies will be partly to mostly sunny with highs in the 70s to near 80° through the start of next week. Our next best chance at rain comes Tuesday night into Wednesday.
-Meteorologist Sean Parker