BURLINGTON, Vt. —Folk rock superstar Noah Kahan is playing two sold-out shows at Waterfront Park this weekend, and fans will likely be wondering how the weather will be at the outdoor venue.
If you’re heading to see the “Stick Season” rocker, scroll down for a breakdown of both days with a focus on showtime down by the water.
Saturday will start off cloudy with some lingering showers isolated to Northern New York. Valley areas will be foggy to start off the day, but clouds will begin to clear out by evening and skies will be clear by the time the concert begins at 8 p.m.
Saturday will also be a much more humid day than Sunday.
Overall, concertgoers should see mostly clear skies and a high of 67 degrees with a slight wind as Kahan takes the stage.
Sunday is the pick of the weekend, with wall-to-wall sunshine and a high of 76 degrees, with drastically lower humidity as the dew point falls.
Conditions for the concert will be dry, with a temperature of 67 degrees as the concert begins and a light northwesterly wind.
Moving into the start of next work week, humidity will remain low.