Ample moisture keeps the cloud cover in place overhead for most of Thursday. However, as that stubborn upper-level trough continues to slide through, it’s steering low-level disturbances in a dance around us. Without that atmospheric forcing to spark showers, we stay mainly dry. There is the chance for a handful of spotty light sprinkles Thursday, Friday and even into Saturday; but most stay dry this second half of the week.
High temperatures on Thursday reach near 60; mid 60s by Friday; and on Saturday, upper 60s. After that, our warm-up gets put on hold as a strong cold front swings through the region Saturday night into Sunday morning. That front brings a quick dose of moderate, to even possible heavy, showers through the first half of Mother’s Day. High temperatures on Sunday stall in the 50s.
We are the official forecast for a couple of events coming up this weekend! First, on Friday evening, it’s the Bark For Life benefiting the American Cancer Society at Technology Park in South Burlington. We should be mainly dry (aside from a stray, isolated shower) under partly sunny skies. Temperatures at the kickoff will be in the low 60s. On Saturday, bring the kiddos out to Kids Day at Waterfront Park in Burlington from 10 AM to 3 PM. Partly sunny skies and high temperatures in the upper 60s make for a comfortable forecast.
Have a great day!
Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist