Seasonably cool air will be with us through the weekend.
Today: Mostly cloudy, cool. Sprinkles possible and some sunshine, too
Wind: West 10-15 mph
Tonight: Mostly cloudy
Wind: NW 10-15 mph
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy and still cool
Wind: NW 10-15+
The circulation center, formerly Hurricane Sandy, is moving across southern Quebec, heading up the St. Lawrence River Valley. We are on the southern fringe of that atmospheric spin and as a result, rather unsettled conditions are continuing. But over the next 24 hours, drier air will finally prevail and we will see more sunshine and less cloud cover. Our forecast for Friday, Saturday and Sunday calls for partly cloudy skies. The next chance of rain, after today's sprinkles, will come on Monday.
Here's another reminder that Eastern Standard Time resumes Sunday at 2 a.m. Turn your clocks back one hour before going to bed on Saturday night. And this is also a good time to change the batteries in your home smoke detectors.
For up-to-date river data, including crest heights and times check out this great interactive tool here.