Apologies for the late evening post, but I was sucked up by the Syfy movie “Sharknado”. It’s exactly as it sounds. Anyways, let’s move on… to the Northeast!
At 754pm EDT, the temperature at Burlington, VT was 74 degrees under a few high clouds. An area of high pressure is pushing over portions of the Northeast and New England, pushing a cold front out over the Western Atlantic. This high pressure will take firm hold over New England for the day tomorrow, keeping temperatures rather pleasant and skies mostly sunny. More of the same looks to be in store for Saturday. there could be a few more clouds moving over the area, as low pressure developing over the Mid-Atlantic will keep the weather active in that part of the country, with a couple of pieces of energy possibly being ejected up along the shoreline towards Long Island. In any event, this should stay far enough south from Burlington that there shouldn’t be any discernible impact. Enjoy the start to the weekend!
Friday: A few clouds. High 80, Low 57.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 85, Low 55.
TWC: Friday: Partly cloudy. High 79, Low 58.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 84, Low 59.
AW: Friday: Times of clouds and sun. High 78, Low 59.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, a but warmer. High 83, Low 64.
NWS: Friday: Sunny. High 81, Low 60.
Saturday: Sunny. High 85, Low 61.
WB: Friday: Sunny. high 78, Low 59.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 82, Low 62.
Here we see the front pushing off the East coast. While some clouds and a few showers will linger along the coast, Burlington should see some very nice weather over the next couple days.