Good Monday, everyone! This is Gary, with a real nice forecast for the next couple of days. Then things change.
High pressure is building into the northeast as the system that brought the clouds & showers over the weekend has moved off to the east. That high pressure will give us a couple of delightful spring days, today & Tuesday, with lots of sunshine and above normal temperatures.
Then it will all go downhill starting on Wednesday. A system, tracking mainly to our south, will kick up some rain, and mountain snow showers, early in the day, especially the farther south you are. Areas right near the Candadian border just might escape the wet weather.
Once that system zips by, there will be a brief lull in the action late Wednesday into early Thursday. Then a bigger, stronger, slower system will move in with wet weather for Thursday. That system will also be bringing in some cooler air as it slows down over the northeast.
Rain showers and mountain snow showers will continue into Friday. There will be a little bit more sunshine over the weekend, but it will still remain unsettled with scattered rain, and mountain snow, showers each day, Saturday & Sunday.
So, take MAX Advantage of the next couple of days! Get outside and get some fresh air. -Gary