Good morning! Happy Friday!
Expect widespread rain today, with moderate to even heavy showers possible this afternoon, especially over southern Vermont and New Hampshire. The temp holds steady in the upper 40s to low and mid 50s with a breezy southeast wind 5-15 mph, gusts to 35 mph. Tonight, showers taper off briefly, though there will likely be another round early Saturday morning. Overnight low, upper 40s.
Saturday, whether you have ambitions to tackle some yard work or you are joining the Local 22 & Local 44 team at Kids Day, be prepared for scattered rain. It won’t be a washout of day, though! After a handful of morning showers, most of us will be able to find a few slivers of blue sky and sun, despite some stubborn clouds, through the afternoon. It’s mild and muggy with a high in the low 70s. Windy, too. South wind 10-20 mph gusts to 30 mph. Showers return late in the day, with maybe a rumble of thunder.
Sunday, clouds fill back in with scattered showers. And we start to cool down, too. The temp tops out in the upper 50s Sunday; but falls down to right around 50° Monday and Tuesday. Showers wind down very slowly through the middle of next week. But with that cool down, a little snow or sleet could mix in with rain over higher terrain, especially the Adirondacks.
Have a fabulous Friday and an even better weekend…See you at Kids Day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist