After several days full of sunshine, clouds rolled in Wednesday and stick with us through the weekend. Little to no snow falls, however, away from the mountains.
Thursday, more clouds than sun with a top temp in the mid 30s. As the Nor’easter off shore zips away to the Northeast, wrap around moisture may provide a handful of scattered light snow showers and flurries, on and off, this afternoon through Saturday. Expect little to no accumulation, though, maybe a dusting to an inch or two across highest peaks. Breezy north wind today, 10-15 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
Tonight, overcast. Mild, mid to low 20s. Friday, again, quiet cloudy. Upper 30s. Saturday, those clouds could spit some raindrops or snow flakes, but many, if not most, stay dry. Near 40 degrees. Breaks of sun return Sunday. Low 40s. Mostly sunny early next week. The top temp jumps to the mid 40s by Tuesday, with a front bringing rain/snow chances back by Wednesday.
Have a fabulous day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault