Good morning! Happy Friday!
Friday: It’s very summer-like with a mild, quiet morning giving way to ample daytime sunshine. Temps climb from the mid 40s to mid 60s this morning, into the low 80s this afternoon. South breeze around 10-20 mph, with a few 30 mph gusts in the card this afternoon. Clouds will slowly increase across northern New York and northern Vermont after lunchtime with a slight chance for a pop-up shower or thunderstorm.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with showers along the Canadian border. Low 60s.
Saturday: A weakening cold front will sag south out of Canada. Though there won’t be as much rain, nor will it be as widespread as last weekend, expect scattered showers with a few isolated afternoon thunderstorms. With the droop in the front, expect to be dodging raindrops in northern New York and Vermont during the morning, and across southern Vermont and New Hampshire during the afternoon. There won’t be a ton of sun, and that’s an ongoing theme throughout our weekend. Mid 70s.
Sunday & Memorial Day: Scattered showers (plus an afternoon rumble of thunder or two) remain with the heaviest rain and highest chances for precipitation from the western Adirondacks to the St. Lawrence River Valley and near the Massachusetts border in southern Vermont and New Hampshire. This, as a drier, more stable air mass noses into central and northern New Hampshire and Vermont to the eastern edge of the Adirondacks, from the east. Low 70s.
Have a great weekend!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault