Hello all, I hope you are having a great start to the weekend! The clouds are slowly peeling back a sign of what is to come for Sunday. But not everyone will see the sunshine, unfortunately. Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning clouds will thin across NY’s North Country and northern VT, temperatures will fall to the low 40s, along with little to no wind. This will be the perfect recipe for areas of fog to develop. Further south temperatures will remain a tad warmer in the middle 40s, with little or no fog.
Sunday afternoon across southern VT & NH clouds and periods of light rain will occur as system clips southern New England. With high pressure to the north, NY’s North Country and much of northern VT will remain cloud-free, and it will be warm! Daytime highs will reach the upper 60s to 70°, while in southern areas temperatures will only reach the low and middle 60s. Heading into Monday we are fairly quiet with afternoon temperatures in the middle 60s under partly sunny skies. Monday night into Tuesday a front will sweep across the area providing our next round of showers, followed by cooler temperatures.
The backside of the front will be cooler, highs in the 50s with more clouds than sunshine. Forecast models are not married to the second half of the forecast, as there is a bit of uncertainty. While a few minor showers are possible, the forecast does look to remain dry until Thursday/Friday. That will be our second chance of widespread rainfall for the week.
Have a great night,
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher