A cold front crawls south through our region Sunday evening and has been the focus for a few showers. That boundary will stall over southern Vermont tonight and a piece of energy riding in along it from the west will bring heavier rain briefly along and south of US Rt. 4 between midnight and daybreak, to the tune of 0.10-0.5″. Elsewhere, it’s partly cloudy and nearly calm with a low of 50-60°.
Monday is mostly sunny with scattered fair weather afternoon clouds. It’s a seasonable day with the temp reaching the upper 60s to low 70s before dipping to the mid 40s to mid 50s overnight. Tuesday, back up near 70° again with ample sunshine. Tuesday night, clouds increase with a warm front lifting north bringing scattered rain. Milder, low 60s.
Wednesday is our most active day of the week with widespread showers and thunderstorms likely; a few storms could be strong to severe. Upper 70s.
Have a marvelous Monday!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault