You won’t get washed out of Friday night plans but they may be a little damp and a little foggy. Be careful of areas of low visibility while temperatures drop into the low to mid 40s. The stage will be set for a decent start to the weekend. Saturday morning will remain socked in with cloudiness, don’t get discouraged when you wake up and it’s gray. We’re not looking at full sunshine on Saturday but clouds will get chewed away from north to south after lunch. At the same time, highs will get into the upper 50s & low to mid 60s! Woo! All is a go for ‘I love my park day’ in New York and Green Up Day in Vermont! Thanks to everyone for all their hard work, it is much appreciated!
Saturday night, we’re partly cloudy and the night stays dry with lows in the mid 40s. Sunday, an area of low pressure will cruise across southern New England. It will be close enough to throw clouds across our southern skies but the rain threat has shifted south of us. We should all be dry but the more south you go, it’ll be cloudier. The North Country will see lots of sun with highs well into the 60s!
The showery pattern continues Monday to Thursday with hit or miss rain each day. The rainiest days will likely be Wednesday and Thursday.
The weekend is here!
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker