There are no major washouts (or snows) to endure through the rest of this week, but clouds remain quite stubborn and there’s a slim chance for an occasional light shower.
Wednesday – Overcast early, then a few breaks of sunshine by midday. Mid-afternoon, clouds increase again, particularly over eastern New York and western Vermont. A few light showers, along with a rumble of thunder is possible, though some will be entirely dry. Mid to upper 50s, a good 10 degrees below average for mid May. Light north wind.
Tonight – Mostly cloudy with a few light showers, totaling less than 0.25″ or even 0.10″. Mid 40s.
Thursday – Mostly cloudy throughout the morning, then becoming partly sunny. Low 60s.
Friday – More clouds than sun with a handful of isolated to scattered rain showers. Low 60s.
Saturday – Partly to mostly sunny. An isolated shower is not entirely impossible. Low to mid 60s.
Sunday – Partly sunny with increasing clouds late. Mid 60s.
Monday – Rain likely. Near 70 degrees.
Have a wonderful day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault