Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all the Irish, and ‘wannabe’ Irish folks. A weak front/boundary will push through the region this evening/overnight and it will allow for minor snow shower or two. Otherwise, clouds will continue to diminish. A region of high pressure will nose into northern New England, allowing for fairly quiet weather, with mostly sunny conditions. Though, our temperatures will remain cooler than seasonal averages. We can expect mainly sunny conditions Monday, Tuesday, and much of Wednesday, with daytime highs Monday & Tuesday in the low to middle 30s. Wednesday we are a bit warmer, in the low 40s thanks to a southerly wind component.
Wednesday night into Thursday is our next chance at rain/snow. Models are still pinning down the exact timing to when the front will arrive. Some have it arriving as early as Wednesday evening, others early Thursday morning. Depending on the timing, the Thursday morning drive could be a little sloppy.
Tonight: Partly cloudy, with an isolated mountain snow shower. Overnight low, middle and upper teens. Wind: South 3-5mph.
Monday: A few morning clouds, then becoming sunny. Afternoon high, the low 30s, but will feel like the mid-20s. Wind: Northwest 10mph.
Monday Night: Mostly clear, with a low in the middle and upper teens. Wind: Light & Variable.
Tuesday: Sunny, and cool. Afternoon high, the low 30s. Wind: Northwest 10mph.
Wednesday: Sunny, with afternoon clouds. Daytime high, the low to middle 40s. Wind: Southwest 10mph.
Thursday: Clouds, along with rain, sleet, and snow showers. Temperatures hit the mid-40s, then fall.
Friday: Scattered mountain snow, valley mix, otherwise partly cloudy. Afternoon high, the upper 30s.
Have a great week!
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher