Winter Weather Advisory thru 1 AM tomorrow morning…
TONIGHT: Overcast. A wintry mix picking back up east of Green Mountains with a transition to rain after midnight. Slick travel likely east of the Green Mountains this evening into the early morning hours. An evening low near 32…gradually rising into the mid to upper 30s. East winds 10 mph.
TOMORROW: Gray but much milder. Occasional light rain with a few icy spots early…mixing with wet snow northern Greens later in the afternoon. A high ranging mid-30s to northwestern Vermont to mid-40s elsewhere. Light winds becoming northwesterly 10 mph in the afternoon.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Scattered snow showers/flurries northern Green Mountains exiting with minor accumulation. Otherwise becoming partly cloudy. A low 20 to 25. North winds 10 mph stronger near Lake Champlain.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, maybe a stray mountain flurry. A high mid-20s. North to northwest winds 10 mph…stronger near Lake Champlain.
Looking Further Ahead…
SATURDAY NIGHT: Evening cloudiness, then clearing. A low 5 to 15 above.
SUNDAY: Sunshine predominates, but below normal in temperature. A high mid to upper 20s.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. A low zero to 10 above. A high near 32 degrees.
TUESDAY: Thickening clouds leading to a chance for rain or snow showers. A low around 10. A high pushing toward 40.
Average lows mid-single digits to around 10 above. Average highs 25 to 30.
Climatological winter peaks approx. January 22nd ends March 9th…
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