A warm front will continue to move north across the region this afternoon. A few scattered showers are likely during the middle of the afternoon...Meanwhile, a cold front approaches from the west. This front will generate more numerous and heavier showers late this afternoon and evening. It will be breezy with southerly winds this afternoon of 10-20+ mph...temperatures will approach 60.
Tonight the cold front pushed to our east with westerly winds bringing in cooler and drier air overnight. Temperatures will drop to near 40 by Tuesday morning.
Tomorrow, brisk, cool and dry weather returns. Highs will range from the upper 40s over the Adirondacks and Green Mountains of Vermont terrain to near 50° or in the low 50s elsewhere.
Wednesday expect another cold frontal passage with it producing clouds and showers during the day. Highs will be in the 40s to near 50°. Also expect temperatures to drop by late afternoon and evening. If the cold air comes in quickly there could be some early evening snow showers and flurries in some spots especially along and north of Interstate 90 as well across the higher terrain. Lows Wednesday night are forecast to fall into the 20s north and low 30s elsewhere.
Thursday will be a brisk and cold autumn day with sunny and cloudy intervals and highs in the low and mid 40s and lows once again in the upper 20s to low 30s. There's a fairly good chance for another FROST and/or FREEZE for many locations late Thursday night into Friday morning.