Happy first Monday of fall, everyone! This is Gary, with another fall-like forecast for most of the upcoming week, although we have a couple of active weather days on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Today will be a continuation of the nice weekend weather that we had, thanks to high pressure over the northeast. After a cool start, we will warm up to close to normal temperatures with lots of sunshine.
We'll start out clear tonight with the full Harvest Moon glowing brightly in the eastern sky. But by Tuesday morning, clouds will come in, followed by rain, as a warm front starts to move through. The rain will be fairly steady through the morning into mid-afternoon. Then it will taper off to scattered showers. It will also be breezy out of the SSE on Tuesday, especially in the higher elevations, along some of the western facing slopes, and in the Champlain Valley.
On Wednesday, the cold front part of this system will come through with showers & thunderstorms. Temperatures will take a spike upwards ahead of the approaching front. Some of the thunderstorms could be on the strong side. We'll be keeping an eye on that.
After that system goes by, the weather will settle down, and cool down again. It will stay fairly quiet through the weekend, although a couple of minor disturbances may bring a few showers, first on Friday, and again on Saturday night into early Sunday.
Take MAX Advantage of the delightful weather today! -Gary