Sunday, September 8, 2013

Another Frosty Night In Spots, Then Summer's Back!

Another cold front is just about finished rolling through the Northeast this Sunday morning, introducing another brief spell of autumnal weather.

I hope you like roller coasters, because it's going to be that kind of situation in the weather department for the next few days.

There's frost advisories up again for parts of northern New England and northern New York tonight. (Click on the image to get a better look at how the National Weather Service in South Burlington is forecasting overnight lows)

A rule of thumb: If you got a frost Friday morning, you'll probably get another one by Monday morning. If you escaped the frost Friday, you'll likely escape it again this time.

After a nice day Monday, we really get going on the roller coaster. On Monday night and Tuesday, you'll see the weather shift abruptly from cool and comfortable to warm and humid. You might be chilly on the way to work Tuesday morning and sweating it out in the humidity as you head home that evening.

Believe it or not, there's a chance a few spots could touch 90 degrees with continued high humidity on Wednesday. Summer's last hurrah?

Then another big cold front hits Thursday with showers and thunderstorms, and it'll be fall-like and cool again by Friday.

I hope you're not prone to motion sickness, because as you can see the weather is going to be all over the place for the next week in Vermont and surrounding areas.

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