The work week is off to a quiet start Monday with a mostly sunny sky and just scattered passing clouds. Late this afternoon and evening, a few showers and storms pop up as a cold front dives south. Let’s break it down.
Mostly to partly sunny today with thickening clouds after lunchtime. Late this afternoon and around sunset (8:03 PM) a ragged line of hit-or-miss showers and a few t’storms sinks south out of southern Quebec and into northern New York and Vermont.
That line keeps moving south overnight, finally fizzling out between 5 AM and sunrise over southern Vermont and New Hampshire. Around 0.1-0.5″ is possible, with a few locally higher amounts if any thunderstorms or downpours materialize. Not everyone sees rain, however. Some escape dry. High temp today, low 80s. South breeze 10-15 mph. Tonight, near 60 degrees.
Tuesday is still somewhat unsettled. An area of low pressure moves off the Great Lakes towards southern New England, bringing a few stray showers or t’storms to southern Vermont and New Hampshire. Partly sunny. Mid to upper 70s. Wednesday, mostly sunny. Low to mid 70s.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault