Weather: Weekend Rain Inbound (9/16/2016)

Planner for Saturday September 17 2016

We’re still pretty quiet as you read this Friday night and Saturday morning. We’re not nearly as chilly either. After waking up in the 30s & 40s Friday morning, we’re back to a more ‘normal’ feel. Lows Saturday morning will start in the upper 40s & low 50s. Over the weekend, we get another couple shots at wet weather. Our models continue to paint on a decent Saturday. After some morning fog thins, expect plenty of sun to help temperatures get into the low 70s from breakfast to lunch. However, after lunch we’ll be watching clouds get thicker and rain approach from the west. Scattered showers and isolated thunder will be marching east later in the day, we’re thinking they’ll approach the eastern NY & western VT between 4 & 7pm. I definitely wouldn’t cancel plans, especially if they’re before sunset (6:59pm). Rain will continue off and on overnight and for the better part of Sunday. As it stands now, the rainiest part of the weekend will be Saturday night. It won’t be raining all day and everywhere on Sunday but you’ll be dodging showers, some of which may be heavy. You’ll need umbrellas and wipers ready to go for Saturday night and Sunday plans. Meanwhile, skies will stay partly to mostly cloudy with highs around 75° both days. We’ll start next week slightly unsettled with clouds and showers sticking around Monday, especially the more south and east you are. Tuesday, the chance for a few light showers will be around the north country as a quick moving clipper-like system moves by. Highs early next week will stay around 71-76°, overnight lows will be closer to 60°. Wednesday, we’ll be sunny with another chance at some light showers Thursday. Thursday and Friday look to be sunny with highs will be back closer to normal in the low 70s.

Have a great weekend!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker

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