Ragged, unimpressive remnants of Irma move over southern New England Thursday and Friday, with a few showers scooting north into our neck of the woods. Along and south of a line from the Adirondacks to central and southern Vermont and New Hampshire, showers will occasionally pop up, with one or two weaker thunderstorms. Most rain will be light, a but a soaker can’t be ruled out, especially Friday afternoon. It’s partly sunny to mostly cloudy in these spots with a hight temp in the mid to upper 70s.
Farther north, along the Canadian border, it’s a mostly sunny pair of days with that mercury again racing towards 80 degrees.
This weekend, ridging takes over. It’s mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday with cool nighttime lows to the 40s and 50s, and warm daytime highs in the upper 50s.
Early next week, as of now, seems like another dry and warm stretch. However, Hurricane Jose will need close monitoring. It’s not something to be overly concerned with, as the National Hurricane Center’s official track keeps it offshore. But there is some wiggle room for a close shave with coastal New England, so it’s something to watch.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist