Thursday is a stunner! After a crisp start in the 30s to low 50s, we’ll warm up to around 70 degrees; cool in the shade and warm in the sun. And, there will be plenty of sunshine, so don’t forget the shades! Northwest wind 5-10 mph. Tonight, mostly clear but milder. Upper 40s to low 50s.
Friday starts off with some sunshine, but we end up in the low 80s (toasty!) with a gusty south wind. Clouds slowly start increasing during the afternoon and evening in northern New York and northern Vermont, with a slight chance for a handful of showers or thunderstorms.
Saturday, a backdoor cold front will sag south out of Canada. Mainly light rain showers will inch their way from north to south, dumping just about 0.10-0.25″ of total rainfall – hardly a washout. Mid 70s.
Sunday, that front will stall, but where exactly this happens is still a bit fuzzy. As of yesterday and this morning still, both major weather models show a much wetter day in northern New York than in Vermont and New Hampshire. Rain may be heavy at times through the Adirondacks. Low 70s.
Monday, Memorial Day, an upper level trough swings in from the west spurring scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm or two. High pressure ridging and dry, quiet weather returns midweek.
Have a great day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault