A few rogue rain showers are moving through the southern Adirondacks and crossing interstate 91 into New Hampshire in the Upper Valley. Those are associated with a little frontal boundary that is pushing through the region this afternoon.
Heading into the evening you can expect and shower activity to fizzle out leaving a clear night, with temperatures falling back into the upper 50’s to low 60’s.
A few areas of patchy fog may develop early Friday morning, otherwise, we get the day underway with mostly sunny skies and temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 80’s. You might notice a few clouds bubbling up during the afternoon hours, and one or two of those clouds may produce a sprinkle or quick shower, but don’t let that slight chance stop you from enjoying the beautiful day. Most can expect dry weather with comfortable dewpoints.
Saturday is a very similar day to Friday with mostly sunny skies temperatures climbing into the upper 80’s, dewpoint still comfortable, and another slight chance of an afternoon shower or storm.
As for Sunday, the morning gets underway partly to mostly sunny and a cold front that swings through late afternoon and evening will provide us with a chance for showers and storms. Dewpoints will also start to feel sticky climbing into the mid to upper 60’s.
-Skytracker Meteorologist Haley Bouley