Happy Monday everyone! With low humidity and temperatures in the upper 80s, we couldn’t have asked for a better way to start the work week.
Plentiful sunshine on Monday will be short-lived, as a weak cold front pushes through tomorrow afternoon. Tuesday won’t be a washout, but you may have to dodge scattered showers and thunderstorms. Gusty winds and frequent lightning are possible, especially in Vermont and New Hampshire. Dew points will rise a little bit, giving the air that “stickier” feeling, but nothing oppressive.
Wednesday we return to clear skies, with “cooler” temperatures in the upper 70s. Thursday continues the “sunny streak” with temperatures warming back up in the lower 80s.
Friday will be sunny to start, but clouds will thicken into the afternoon, as another weak cold front pushes through into Saturday. Temperatures will be in the upper 80s Friday.
For your Saturday, temperatures are still warm, trending in the mid 80s, but with that cold front comes scattered showers in the afternoon. Just like Tuesday, it won’t be a washout, but more of a nuisance.
Showers move out for Sunday, and the start of your work week, with temperatures in the upper 80s. It is a little stickier starting Saturday, but nothing nearly as bad as last week.
Have a great week!
-SkyTracker Intern Sarah Levesque & Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher