Late Tuesday, scattered downpours are leaving some in central and southern Vermont and New Hampshire dodging localized flooding. It’s feast or famine, however, with many rain-free, but still extremely humid. Burlington missed the official heat wave (three consecutive days at 90° or above) but Lebanon made the mark. Tonight, showers and thunderstorms will fizzle out with sunset. Clouds hold steady with a nighttime temp stalling in the 60s. Tomorrow, we’ll make a run back into the 80s, but any isolated showers come to a close in the morning and clouds gradually clear from north to south. Wednesday night, back into the 50s under a mostly clear sky. Thursday is the pick of the week with a high in the seasonable low 70s and ample sunshine – plus a 20-30% relative humidity. Friday, a few showers return to round out the work week.
Have a great Wednesday!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault