Winter Storm Warning 9 PM thru early Saturday evening…
TONIGHT: Overcast. Snow developing late this evening…moderate to briefly heavy at times overnight. Accumulation about 4 to 7” mixing with sleet far southern areas. A low around 25. Southeast winds ramping up 10 to 20 mph and gusty overnight.
TOMORROW: Gray. Accumulating snow…moderate at times early tapering scattered snow showers in the afternoon. Additional 3 to 6” accumulation with the most northern areas. A high about 32. East winds 10 to 15 mph gradually shifting to northeasterly.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Lingering flurries in the mountains with a dusting. Storm total snow accumulation about 5” to 11 inches most favoring northern areas. A low mid-teens to low 20s. Light winds.
SUNDAY: Isolated stray flurries early Champlain Valley. Mixed sun and clouds. Blustery at times. A high 32 to 35. Northwest winds 10 mph.
Looking further ahead
SUNDAY NIGHT: Becoming mostly clear. A low upper teens to low 20s.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and a beauty. A high in the mid-30s.
TUESDAY: Gray. Chance for light accumulating snow showers/flurries, less than an inch. A low in the mid to upper teens. A high in the lower 30s.
WEDNESDAY: Clouds with a few breaks of sunshine. A low in the mid-20s. A high in the mid to upper 30s.
Average lows upper single digits to mid-teens. Average highs ranging thru the 30s.
Climatological winter ends March 9th… Vernal equinox March 20th as we start spring
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