Top temps hit the 60s Monday and Tuesday, before a Tuesday night cold front swings through and drops those numbers back down near, and slightly below average. There are several shower chances this week, but new flooding issues expected with relatively overall light rainfall totals.
Monday is a quiet one with a partly sunny sky overhead and a comfortable high temp in the 60s. Light north wind 5-10 mph. Meanwhile, to our south, a developing low pressure system zips northeast, bringing increased cloud cover to eastern and southern Vermont, along with New Hampshire. These areas could see 0.10-0.25″ of rain overnight as showers pivot back north and west from the Seacoast. Low temp, 40s.
Tuesday, another quiet day with a mix of sun and clouds overhead. Those temps reach into the 60s one final time this week. Again, light north wind. Just like Monday, rain chances increase late, but instead of looking south and east, all eyes are north and west as a cold front gets ready to swing through. That cold front brings a line of showers, putting down another 0.25″ of rain or so, and perhaps brings a few rumbles of thunder. After that, highs hit the 50s through the end of the week.
Have a marvelous Monday!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault