Much Cooler This Weekend
Frost For Some Late Tonight - Early Sunday
After a cold front passage Friday, a much cooler air mass is settling into the area now with a large area of Canadian high pressure. The end result for us will be considerable sunshine this entire weekend. But even with plenty of sun, highs will only be in the 60s both today and Sunday. The next two nights will be quite cold too, as a mainly clear sky with little to no wind will set us up for the coldest nights we've probably felt since last spring. Lows late tonight/early Sunday will drop into the mid 30s to around 40, and will probably even be a little colder than that later Sunday night into the start of Monday! For this reason, a FROST ADVISORY has been issued for late tonight through early Sunday for Northern Saratoga and points north and west across the Adirondacks, and in the Green Mountains, Northern Berkshires, Western Mohawk Valley and the Schoharie Valley. So if you have tender plants bring them in or cover them before going to bed tonight, and the same goes for late Sunday night into the start of Monday.
It will remain nice with slighly milder temperatures for Monday, as highs will be closer to 70 with a southerly breeze kicking up later in the day in advance of a cold front approaching from the west. Late Monday night into Tuesday, there will probably be some showers/storm moving through. A few showers may pop up Wednesday and Thursday, but at this time it looks like there could be a good amount of dry time mid to late next week and somewhat milder temperatures too, as high pressure slowly builds back in.
Have a nice first weekend of fall!