Yes, the humidity has yet to subside, but much-needed rain continues to fall. Rain will continue Wednesday night with embedded downpours and isolated thunderstorms. Meanwhile, overnight lows only drop into the upper 60s & low 70s.
Thursday, spotty showers may linger along and east of the Greens into the early afternoon. The rest of us will dry out for a somewhat pleasant afternoon. At the same time, temperatures will be still able to jump into the upper 70s & low 80s. Thursday night we’re rain free but a little uncomfortable again with lows in the middle & upper 60s.
On Friday, showers and a few thunderstorms move through northern New York during the morning. They’ll move east into Vermont and New Hampshire after lunch. Heavy rain and gusty winds would be our biggest threats but the severe threat is low. Friday night, storms weaken and most end but a few showers linger into early Saturday; lows drop into the low 60s.
Saturday morning, light rain will be stubborn at times. During the afternoon, most are dry apart from some isolated drops in the mountains. The rest of us will be quiet with at least partially clearing skies; highs get into the mid 70s to low 80s. As an added bonus, humidity will also be lower. Yay!
Sunday, we finally get quiet and a little comfortable. Expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 80s
Don’t look now but we will get back into an unsettled pattern early next week. We’ll have a daily shot at showers and thunderstorms Monday to Wednesday with highs in the low 80s. Mugginess comes up a bit but it won’t be as bad as earlier this week.
-Skytracker Weather Intern Sarah Levesque & Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker