Temperatures will likely drop near or below freezing in many communities overnight, especially in parts of the Champlain Valley. Eastern New York and western Vermont have frost advisories in place through 8 a.m. Sunday morning. The growing season is officially underway, so if you’ve already planted any vegetation, be sure to tuck it in/cover it.
Sunday morning can be quite chilly with these near freezing temperatures, but the afternoon bounce is definitely worth it. Highs will bubble up to the mid upper 60s, if not near 70 degrees. The heat will be accompanied by light northwesterly breezes, dry weather and plenty of sunshine at all levels. Savor the sun on Sunday as a new system will arrive early next week.
We are monitoring a new meteorologist from Monday to Tuesday. It will likely spread in isolated to scattered rain showers in the north of the country and the upper valley. Rain totals will remain on the nuisance/light side of things. As for the middle of next week, the models hint at a slightly larger system with more regular/heavier rains possible. Stay tuned for forecasts as they continue to evolve.