Good morning! Happy Friday!
We’ve kicked off this wacky day with some thunder and lightning accompanying the anticipated showers. A couple rounds of rain roll through this morning, totaling generally less than one-third of an inch. Rain is in-and-out in the blink of an eye, with the first showers in northern New York and northern Vermont tracking along at 75 mph. By this afternoon, some sunshine is possible, helping boost those already warm morning lows in the 40s and 50s, to near 60 degrees. South wind 10-20 mph, with occasional gusts of 30+ mph.
Tonight, it’s partly to mostly cloudy and noticeably more chilly. That temp will bottom out in the low to mid 30s with a second boundary set to roll through on Saturday. After a warm and somewhat stormy Friday, scattered snow showers return tomorrow, to the tune of a dusting to (across the mountains) 1-2″. High temp, mid to upper 30s, approaching 40 degrees. West wind 10-30 mph.
Sunday, we can finally welcome back some sunshine, but it will be quite cold once again. After a morning low around 20 degrees, the temp inches back into the low to mid 30s by the afternoon. We then string together a bunch of days in the low 30s, with nights in the teens, under a mostly sunny or clear sky through Tuesday. By the start of Spring, Wednesday, we moderate back to near-average temps in the low 40s.
Have a fabulous day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault