Updated Friday morning forecast — September 1st, 2017

TODAY: Lots of clouds with a chance for a few mountain sprinkles northern areas. Intervals of sunshine away from the mountains. Chilly and quite blustery at times this afternoon. A high mid 50s. Gusty northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts across the hills.

Frost Advisory Essex County overnight…

TONIGHT: Mostly clear and colder. Patchy valley fog. A low ranging in the mid 30s slight chance for spotty frost Northeast Kingdom to lower 40s. Light west winds.

SATURDAY: A beauty. Sunshine giving way to some high cloudiness later on. A high in the upper 60s to around 70. Little wind.

Looking further ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Thickening clouds leading to a slight chance for a few showers well after midnight. A low 45 to 50.

SUNDAY: Overcast and damp. Periods of rain or showers…moderate to briefly heavy at times. A high 55 to 60.

MONDAY Labor Day: Partly to mostly sunny, with more cloudiness far northern areas.A low around 50. A high in the mid 70s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy warmer and more humid. Scattered showers and chance for afternoon thunderstorms. A low 60 to 65. A high 75 to 80.

WEDNESDAY: Cloudy. A chance for rain or showers, maybe a thunderstorm some locally heavy. A low 55 to 60. A high in the upper 60s.

Average low 50 to 55. Normal highs in the low to mid 70s.

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