Feeling the chill, but enjoying the sunshine? There’s more where that came from all dialed up in the forecast for Tuesday. Let’s break it down!
Tonight, under a clear sky with a nearly calm northwest wind, the temp will plummet to between 0° and -15°, with those coldest temps reserved for the sheltered hollows of the Adirondacks and Northeast Kingdom.
Tuesday, that number will bounce back into the upper teens to low 20s with a light south wind. Ample morning sunshine will slowly be overtaken by increasing thin, high clouds during the afternoon and evening. A few flakes may get squeezed out of those clouds over the highest terrain, but most are snow-free. Tuesday night, we’ll hold steady in the teens, with a warm-up beginning Wednesday.
Morning clouds skedaddle Wednesday, leaving sunny again by the afternoon with a high temp in the seasonable upper 20s to low 30s. Quiet weather continues Thursday and Friday, but we look to the mid and upper 30s, even brushing 40° in broad valleys.
Our next opportunity for snow may be mixed with rain and it’s on tap now for late Saturday into Sunday. From where we stand Monday, it appears like a lighter, less impactful snow than the last two, generally under 6″, but that could change. Keep checking back!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault