We had ourselves a beautiful Tuesday afternoon and by all accounts, Tuesday night looks pretty nice too. If you plan on going to Centennial, expect mostly clear skies and temperatures in the low to mid 70s. It’ll be a beautiful night for baseball. Overnight Tuesday, clouds will get thicker but the night stays dry; temperatures will dip into the mid & upper 50s.
Wednesday, we start dry but spotty showers and a few thunderstorms will get going as the day goes on. Storms won’t be severe but spots of heavy rain are certainly possible. I wouldn’t cancel plans but you’ll want to keep your eye to the sky. Remember, if you’re close enough to hear thunder, you’re close enough to get struck by lightning. Meanwhile, outside of any showers or storms, highs will soar into the upper 70s & low 80s.
Thursday evening through Friday morning will be the wettest stretch of the week. Expect steady rain to start during the day Thursday and continue through about midday Friday. Some of the rain Thursday night will come down heavy. The flood risk is low but worth monitoring, especially in central & southern VT & NH. Steady rain will taper to showers by lunch and end during Friday afternoon, just in time for summer! The solstice happens at 11:54am, it’s the longest day of the year and in case you were wondering, it clocks in at 15 hours 32 minutes and 18 seconds. Unfortunately, that means our days will start getting shorter again 🙁 We might as well keep the snow tires on. Maybe that’s a little dramatic. As of now, the weekend looks perfect under mostly sunny skies and highs in the middle & upper 70s.
Have a great week!
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker