Three rounds of precipitation highlight the forecast this week, without much of a noticeable difference between the weather pattern of late April and early May. Let’s take it day-by-day:
Tuesday – Light morning rain or snow falls in isolated, spotty showers. Drizzle won’t amount to much beyond a few hundredths of an inch, and snow doesn’t accumulate except for a fresh dusting in the mountains. Despite an overcast morning, the sky gradually clears into this evening. High temp, upper 40s to low 50s. N 5-10 mph.
Tonight – Mostly clear for a short spell, then increasing clouds through early Wednesday. Mid 30s to upper 20s with some patchy frost possibly forming.
Wednesday – Mostly cloudy with a few light showers possible during the day, then more widespread rain becomes likely Wednesday evening and overnight into Thursday. Around 0.25-0.75″ rain falls with a high Wednesday in the mid to upper 40s and a low temp Thursday morning around 40 degrees.
Thursday – Rain wraps up during the morning, then mostly cloudy with a high around 50 degrees.
Friday – Rain likely once again. Lake Champlain will creep closer to moderate flood stage, if not have already surpassed that mark. Mid 50s.
Saturday & Sunday – Partly sunny and mainly dry. Low 60s.
Have an awesome Tuesday!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault