After a chilly day Saturday, we were back to more summer-like weather for Sunday as temperatures climbed to the upper 70’s to low 80’s. Dewpoints have remained in check while skies were partly to mostly sunny, a lovely summer day.
The break from the daily chance for showers and storm was short-lived as they are back into the forecast for Monday. We’ll start off mostly sunny but as a weak frontal boundary sags southward kicking up some stronger storms especially along the international border. The primary threats will be the gusty winds and heavy rain.
An area of low pressure passes to our south Tuesday bring our region a bit of a split forecast. Southern Vermont and the Upper Valley can expect to see off and on heavier downpours, while northern Vermont and the North Country can expect a few scattered shower, with even a bit of sunshine by afternoon. The forecast is really dependent on if that low shifts a little further north or a little further south, any movement could change the forecast pretty drastically.
After that low moves through high pressure builds in behind it, and sticks with us through the end of the week, with a few upper-level disturbances allowing for the slight chance for an afternoon rain shower.
-Skytracker Meteorologist Haley Bouley