Good evening! Happy Friday to you!
Clouds increase overnight as we find ourselves sandwiched between the very farthest outer reaches of Dorian and an approaching weak wave off the Great Lakes. There’s a slight chance for rain associated with each. Dorian may push a handful of showers north into southern Vermont and New Hampshire; while that wave brings a few sprinkles or light showers to western sections of northern New York, near the St. Lawrence River. Mostly cloudy, but dry elsewhere. Upper 40s to mid 50s.
Saturday, those clouds linger. And a new threat for rain emerges as light, scattered showers cruise through northern New York and northern and central Vermont. Rain will be short-lived and mainly light, expect generally less than one-tenth of an inch – at maximum, close to one-quarter inch if more than one shower manages to find you; so not a complete washout. Mid to upper 60s. Light northwest wind. Partly sunny Sunday. Mid to upper 60s.
Have a great weekend!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault