TONIGHT: Lots of clouds. Scattered wet snow showers mixed with raindrops valleys floors for a time early. A slushy ½ inch to an inch accumulation especially high terrain. A low in the upper 20s. West to southwest winds developing 10 to 15 mph.
TOMORROW: Mainly cloudy. Late day rain or snow showers developing. A high near 40. (Slight chance of a sap run lower elevations) Southwest breeze 10 mph.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy & blustery and colder. Scattered rain or snow showers changing to snow showers with a risk of a snow squall. A dusting to an inch valley’s, and one to two northern mountains. A low in the low 20s. West winds shifting to northwesterly 10 to 25 mph overnight
THURSDAY: Lingering northern mountain flurries with minor accumulation. Blustery & little colder. A high mid to upper 20s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.
Looking further ahead…
THURSDAY NIGHT: Becoming clear moonlit, frigid. A low 5 below to 5 above.
FRIDAY: A beauty after a frigid start. A few clouds but otherwise bright sunshine. A high mid to upper 20s.
‘Full Worm Moon” Saturday 1:48 PM
SATURDAY: Gray, leading to a chance for wet accumulating snow showers. A low around 15. An early evening high near 40.
SUNDAY: Morning clouds, give way to intervals of afternoon sun. A low 25 to 30. Milder in the afternoon with a possible sap run. A late day high pushing toward 45 degrees.
Average low ranging 5 to 15 above, Average highs ranging low to mid 30s
End of Meteorological Winter March 9th… based off local climatology.
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