Hello everyone, after a day of strong to severe weather we are transitioning to a more quiet overnight. Storms today uprooted trees, and even peeled a roof off of an apartment building in Barre City, Vermont. Heavy downpours also gave us an additional inch of rain across northern New England. Good news, no injuries were reported from today’s wicked weather.
Overnight storms fizzle out thanks to a dry air mass moving in from southern Quebec, this will also allow for dewpoints to drop… which means less humidity! A few areas of morning fog is possible, but shouldn’t be widespread. Overnight lows fall to the middle and upper 50s. From breakfast to lunch on Sunday we are sunny and dry, though clouds will filter in after the lunch hour. A few spot showers aren’t out of the question, they will be light and brief. Otherwise we are looking at a comfortable Sunday with highs in the middle to upper 70s.
Looking ahead to early next week we will remain unsettled with the threat for more scattered showers Monday and Tuesday. Monday we wills see more clouds than sun, with scattered showers about. Tuesday we have a low threat of more scattered thunderstorms. Depending on how much sunshine we see will determine how much fuel we will have for these storms. From Wednesday to the end of next week we are partly cloudy with a spot shower here or there likely each day.
Have a great night!
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher