Good Monday morning!
It’s a soggy and foggy start to the work week, and an active weather week overall, with two more rounds of wet weather on the way.
Monday – Widespread light to moderate rain falls in a swath from southwest to northeast as a warm front lifts through the region. In the wake of rain, fog may form in broad valleys, but an increasing southeasterly wind of 10-20 mph also helps to mix that fog away. Rain totals around 0.5″, with some localized spots possibly recording up to 1.0″, which means area waterways will be running high and fast, but largely remaining within their banks. The temp reaches the mid 40s to 50s across New York and western Vermont, but only in the 30s to low 40s in eastern Vermont into New Hampshire. Most rain falls during the morning, leaving us drier, but cloudy by the afternoon.
Tonight – Mostly cloudy with a spot sprinkle or two. Mid 30s.
Tuesday – Day number two of the work week starts on a dry note, but another wave rolls through by the afternoon bringing a mix of rain and snow. Tuesday night into Wednesday could spell out a light accumulating snow event with a coating to 1-2″ of slushy ‘white stuff’ piling up, particularly on grassy surfaces. High temp, low 40s, then overnight low in the 30s.
Wednesday – Morning snow wraps up, then partly cloudy. Low to mid 40s.
Thursday – Mostly sunny. Mid 40s.
Friday – Another disturbance arrives to help close out the week on a wet note, too, with widespread rain Friday night into Saturday morning. Upper 50s.
Have a fabulous day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault