High pressure moves off to the east today and clouds increase from the west as an area of low pressure nears, moving off the northern Ohio River Valley. Rain then follows tonight and Friday.
Thursday – Morning sunshine is overtaken by increasing clouds as the temp skyrockets into the low 60s, or upper 50s at the coldest. Light southeast wind 5-10 mph. A few afternoon or early evening showers may encroach into northern New York, but most are rain-free until after 10 PM to midnight.
Tonight – Scattered showers arrive, first over eastern New York and northern Vermont as the temp slides into the low 50s to mid 40s.
Friday – Expect a few rounds of rain throughout the day, culminating in a line of showers that may include a few downpours or an isolated thunderstorm by the afternoon, as a cold front swings through. Mid to upper 50s.
Friday Night – Rain winds down with a total of 0.5-2.0″. A cloudy sky sticks around into Saturday morning. Mid 40s.
Saturday – Morning clouds gradually give way to afternoon sunshine. Upper 50s to low 60s.
Sunday/Mother’s Day – Some morning sun, then increasing clouds yet again, with a slight chance for a few showers near the Massachusetts border. Low 60s.
Monday – Rain likely. Near 60 degrees.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault