Early Tuesday, clouds will increase slowly as temperatures climb from the 30s during the morning to near 50 degrees this afternoon. An area of low pressure is moving north today, hugging the coastline from the mid Atlantic to southern New England.
Rain will move north across southern and central Vermont and New Hampshire by mid afternoon, spreading to northern Vermont and New York’s North Country by this evening and overnight. Steady rain will taper off to isolated, spotty showers after midnight. Rainfall totals, on the order of about 0.5″ or less north, to around 1.0″ south. Winds, remain light, from the east.
Wednesday, a few terrain driven rain or snow showers remain across the Adirondacks and Green Mountains, though most are drier and partly to mostly cloudy. High temp, you guessed it, still in the low 50s.
Thursday through Saturday, ridging takes over, returning us to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures moderate from the low 50s on Thursday, to the mid 50s Friday and finally upper 50s, near 60 degrees on Saturday.
Next Sunday into Monday could get a little dicey with an area of low pressure interacting with a strong cold front. At this point, a drop in temps and rain look likely…while accumulating snow is possible. Stay tuned!
Have a beautiful day!
– Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist