Wind Advisories in effect thru early Tuesday except the Champlain Valley…
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, blustery to windy & sharply colder. Snow showers and snow squalls mainly this evening. ½” to an inch…coating roads with black ice. Watch for some blowing and drifting & white-outs…with wind chills in the minus 20s to minus 30 especially overnight. A low around zero to minus 5. West to northwesterly winds 15 to 25 mph with gusts 45 to 50 mph possible east of the Green Mountains.
TOMORROW: Blustery to windy conditions. Isolated mountain flurry or two Northeast Kingdom. Otherwise becoming partly to mostly sunny in the afternoon. Bitterly cold wind chills tomorrow into the early afternoon. A high ranging from the upper single digits, to low teens. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts east of the Green Mountains. Winds ramp down in the afternoon.
TUSDAY NIGHT: Fair with increasing clouds. Chance for occasional flurries with minor accumulation. An evening low around 5 to 10. Light southwest winds.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy. Scattered morning flurries with a skiff of new snow. A high mid-20s far north, to near 32 elsewhere. Light west winds.
Looking further ahead…
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partial clearing developing north to south. A low ranging 5 to 15 above.
THURSDAY: Bright sun and blue skies. A high around 20.
FRIDAY: Partly to mostly sunny. A low zero to 10 above. A high in the lower 20s.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny after a few overnight flurries. A low 5 to 15 above. A high lower 20s.
SUNDAY: Partly to mostly sunny. A low zero to 10 above. A high 20 to 25.
Average low ranging upper single digits to mid-teens, Average highs ranging low to mid 30s
End of Meteorological Winter March 9th… based off local climatology.
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