What an active afternoon! Strong to even severe thunderstorm rolled through the region leave damage in their wake. Here are some of our 9 wind damage storm reports, from both Vermont and New York.
So what rolled through the region? It’s called a QLCS or Quasi-Linear Convective System, basically its a fancy word for a squall line, with gusty winds heavy rain and frequent lightning.
As of 8 pm, our threat for severe weather has moved out of the region, and the weather has quieted down for the evening. Overnight expect a warm and muggy evening with a few stray passing showers and temperatures falling to the mid 60’s
Here is how the rest of the week is shaping up:
Sunday: Partly sunny to start, scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Mid to upper 80’s
Monday: Partly sunny to start, scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Upper 80’s near 90°
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, less humid. Mid 80’s
Wednesday: A few passing showers. Mid 80’s
-Skytracker Meteorologist Haley Bouley