Morning sunshine and fog Monday is followed up by increasing clouds with a slight chance for a few late day showers. It’s a cool and breezy one, too. Let’s break it down.
Monday – Mostly sunny throughout the morning with patchy fog through sheltered valleys. The temp starts out in the mid 30s to mid 40s, then jumps into the mid and upper 50s this afternoon. Southwest, or due west wind around 15 mph, gusting to near 25 mph. Clouds increase after midday, with scattered, light showers popping up this afternoon and evening. There’s a chance for some small hail or thunder, too.
Tonight – Any showers taper off with clouds quickly clearing as the temp falls into the mid and low 40s, or even 30s in the Northeast Kingdom and Adirondacks.
Tuesday – Again, we kick off the day with sun, but clouds increase during the afternoon. A line of late day showers, in advance of an approaching warm front, lines up from the St. Lawrence River Valley into the southern Adirondacks and southern Vermont and New Hampshire. Drier farther north. Low 60s. That line of showers lifts north overnight into Wednesday.
Wednesday & Thursday – More clouds than sun with scattered showers, generally totaling less than 0.75″. Mid 60s to low 70s daytime; low to mid 50s at night.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday – Finally, mostly sunny and dry. Low to mid 70s.
Have a wonderful day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault