We are monitoring two weather features today that will provide wet weather and overcast conditions. First, a warm front lifting north will aid in shower activity this morning. Secondly, a cold front will slice through for the afternoon with heavier downpours becoming likely.

This morning, the umbrella will suffice as a few hit or miss showers are likely. Those showers aren’t too intense or heavy until you get back toward the St. Lawrence River Valley. That’s where there’s even a little bit of lightning involved within what are non-severe thunderstorms. Temperatures are in the 50s.

The afternoon will offer up highs in the 60s north and low 70s south as that warm front divides up the temperatures for the afternoon. Nevertheless, those heavier downpours and storms move in just after lunchtime with that incoming cold front. It will be an active afternoon as temperatures cool into the middle to upper 50s by sunset. Sunset is slated for 6:55 PM.

Tuesday, showers thin out and some clouds remain. A few breaks of sunshine are likely as temperatures top out in the middle to upper 60s. Final rainfall totals through Wednesday afternoon before another system arrives will land between a 1/2″ south to as much as 2″ north. The heaviest of rain will likely fall from central Vermont and points north.