We’re going on about a week of little sunshine and near or below average temperatures. This week promises a big warm-up and ample blue sky – once we get past Tuesday. Let’s break it down.
Monday Night – Mainly overcast with areas of fog developing in sheltered, narrow valleys. An area of low pressure ridges in from the west along a stalled frontal boundary draped across southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire. Rain spreads north to about US Rt. 2 with overnight totals of approximately one-tenth to one-half inch, from north to south. Upper 40s to mid 50s. East wind 5-15 mph.
Tuesday – Rain tapers off in the morning and fog will lift, but clouds remain. It’s an overcast, though dry day with a high temp in the low 60s and a light and variable wind. Near sunset, expect breaks in the cloud cover across northern New York and northern Vermont.
Tuesday Night – Slowly clearing with areas of fog likely. Mid 40s to low 50s.
Wednesday – Becoming mostly sunny. Near 70 degrees.
We’ll stick with the sunshine and near 70 degree afternoon temps (with overnight lows near 50 degrees) right through the end of the week!
Have a terrific evening!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault