We are squeezing one more day of sunshine out of the area of high pressure that is planted over the region.
Tuesday is picking up exactly where Monday left off, with mostly sunny skies and comfortable temperatures and dewpoints.
But some areas have gotten stuck in some very thick dense fog, especially through the NEK and Upper Valley. Clearing should happen pretty quickly as temperatures rise and the sun gets higher in the sky.
Here is the forecast for the rest of Tuesday:
As we move into Wednesday, the first day back to school for many kids, a cold front comes swinging through, bringing the chance for rain! Make sure the kiddos are prepared with their rain boots and umbrella! They’ll arrive in the Saint Lawerence Valley right around sunrise, and progress to the east slowly, making their way to the Champlain Valley by early afternoon and the Northeast Kingdom and the Upper Valley at the height of the evening drive. Although these storms will likely remain below severe limits, with a few gusty winds, a rumble of thunder or two and heavier embedded downpours.