Despite some overnight snow showers, we’re breaking back out in blue sky again Monday. It’s noticeably colder, though, along with a brisk northwest wind. Let’s break down the week…
Monday – Overnight snow showers fizzle out, with a gradually clearing sky. Becoming mostly sunny, but staying chill. The temp maxes out in the mid to upper 30s with a brisk northwest wind of around 15 mph, gusting to near 30 mph. Wind chill values will struggle to reach out of the teens and 20s.
Tonight – Mostly clear and calm. Mid 20s to upper teens.
Tuesday – Mostly sunny with that temp rebounding into the upper 40s, to even near 50 degrees. South wind 15-25 mph.
Tuesday Night – Partly cloudy. Low 30s.
Wednesday – A coastal storm treks northeast, just offshore and outside our benchmark, with little to no impact on us. There is a slight chance that some added cloud cover or even a few snow/rain showers on the outer periphery could impact far southern Vermont or central and southern New Hampshire. Mix of sun and clouds. Low to mid 50s.
Wednesday Night – A weak wave may sag south out of Canada and bring a stray rain or snow shower along the International Border. Otherwise, mostly cloudy. Low 30s.
Thursday – Mostly sunny. Low to mid 40s.
Friday – Here’s our next system. This one promises not much impact though, either, with rain and snow showers quickly zipping by. Low to mid 40s.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault