Our cold, gray, dreary spring continued on Tuesday under mostly cloudy skies; highs were stuck in the 40s & low 50s. Scattered rain and mountain snow continued for most of the day, especially west of the Greens. Tuesday night, rain & snow taper off and most of the night, after midnight, will be dry but chilly with lows in the middle & upper 30s.
Wednesday will start dry and partly to mostly cloudy. Many of the daylight hours will be quiet under partly sunny skies; highs stay below normal in the middle 50s. Wednesday afternoon & evening, another batch of scattered showers will arrive from the west. Expect rain to start in northwest New York after 2pm, approaching the Champlain Valley by 7pm. Rain will get to the Connecticut River between 8pm & 10pm and continue through early Thursday. Initially, there may be some mountain snow mixed in but everything will switch to plain rain overnight. Meanwhile, lows will be in the low to mid 40s.
Over the weekend, we’re trending mainly dry with highs back close to normal in the middle & upper 60s. Early next week, rain comes back Monday & Tuesday but we stay warm-ish with highs on either side of 70°
I hope you’re having a great week!
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker