Have a good evening! Happy friday!
The first weekend in October is a big weekend for outdoor projects. Unfortunately, this year the weather is not cooperating. Here is the breakdown:
Friday evening – Clouds increasing over northern New York and the northern half of Vermont and New Hampshire. The rain spreads between midnight and dawn. This will keep the temperature a bit milder, between the mid to high 40s outside of the Northeast Kingdom. In NEK and central and southern Vermont and New Hampshire, the temperature will slide in the mid-1940s.
Saturday – Showers have spread southward and, although intermittent, will add to an average of 0.5 over higher terrain in northern counties and northern Champlain Valley. Southern Champlain Valley and Connecticut River Valley, as well as southern Vermont, will increase less than amount due to shading thanks to a southeast breeze of around 10 mph. Mid 1950s near 60 degrees North; low in the mid-1960s to the south.
Sunday – The rain is more isolated, but we are not completely dry. It is, however, the best day to sneak outside for a while. And you’ll want to consider that Monday’s promises will be pretty soggy again. From the low to the mid-1960s.
Have a great weekend and stay dry!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault