We are about to enter a nice and beautiful period of weather today for much of next week. This is thanks to an area of high pressure that continues to seep in from the north. This northern positioning will lead to a few days of below average temperature before readings rebound well above average next week. This morning the temperatures are quite seasonal to start the day with much of the north of the country and the upper valley waking up to readings in the 30s and 40s. To accompany the seasonal temperatures there are some clouds good weather and fog in the valley so be sure to slow down and drive carefully.
The afternoon will bring nothing but sunshine, dry weather and warming temperatures. Highs will reach the upper 50s to mid 60s with the coolest air to be found in eastern Vermont and western New Hampshire. Make sure you get out there and enjoy the day in some way, even if it’s just getting outside for some fresh air. Overnight skies remain clear and lows drop back into the 30s and 40s.
From Friday through the weekend there will be plenty of sunshine from central Vermont and points to the north. For southern Vermont and New Hampshire, there will be a bit more cloud cover over the coming weekend simply from a locked low off the New England coast. It will continue to shed cloud cover in our southern communities tomorrow and Saturday with partial clearing by Mother’s Day. Temperatures will hover between the high 60s and low 70s throughout the weekend without a drop of rain to spare.
Next week, our 8-14 day temperature forecast points to massive warming with summery feelings. Temperatures are expected to rise well above average early next week with some 70 degrees for Monday and Tuesday followed by an 80 degree day on Wednesday.