Winter Weather Advisory S. 4 counties thru Wednesday late morning…
TONIGHT: Overcast. Light accumulating snow arrives early this evening. 1 to 2” northern areas…2 to locally 5” especially southern Green Mountains. A low near 20. Light east to southwest winds.
TOMORROW: Morning flurries or light snow showers becoming isolated confined to the mountains with a little more than a dusting. Otherwise, lots of clouds. A high in the low 30s. Wind becoming light and northwesterly.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Occasional flurries and light snow showers with a light fluffy coating. A low 10 to 15. Light northwest winds.
Full Wolf Moon 2:16 PM Thursday
THURSDAY: Considerable cloudiness. Scattered flurries. A high 20 to 25. Northwest winds 10 mph.
Looking further ahead…
THURSDAY NIGHT: Clouds…give to partial clearing overnight. Frigid. “Diamond dust flurries.” A low 5 below to 5 above.
FRIDAY: More clouds than sun, blustery at times & colder. “Diamond dust flurries.” A high only near 10 above.
SATURDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. “Diamond dust flurries.” Bitterly cold. A low ranging 5 to 15 below. A high about 5 to 10 above.
SUNDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. A low 5 to 15 below. A high mid to upper teens.
Average low ranging thru the single digits to low teens, Average highs mid-20s to low 30s
Peak of Winter End of Winter March 9th… based off local climatology.
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