Winter Weather Advisory this afternoon thru 1 AM Friday morning…
TODAY: Gray skies. Accumulating wet slushy snow showers re-developing toward mid-day. Accumulation of a dusting to an inch or two. A late day high around 35. Southeast winds 10 to occasionally 20 mph.
TONIGHT: Overcast & breezy. A wintry mix generally along and east of Green Mountains with a transition to rain. Slick travel likely east of the Green Mountains. An evening low near 32…gradually rising into the mid to upper 30s. Southeast winds 10 to 15 mph gusty in the higher terrain.
FRIDAY: Mainly cloudy & much milder. Occasional rain showers mixing with wet snowflakes northern Greens late afternoon. A high upper 30s northwestern Vermont & 40 to 45 elsewhere. Light south winds.
Looking Further Ahead…
FRIDAY NIGHT: Chance for snow showers/flurries western slopes of the Green Mountains with accumulation up to an inch. Otherwise becoming partly cloudy. A low around 20.
SATURDAY: Chance for leftover mountain snow showers or flurries early northern Greens, giving way intervals of afternoon sunshine. A high mid to upper 20s.
SUNDAY: Sunshine predominates, but below normal in temperature. A low in the single digits. A high about 25.
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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