Updated Tuesday Evening Forecast — March 28th, 20232 min read
TONIGHT: Becoming mostly clear. A low upper teens to low 20s. Light west winds.
TOMORROW: Sunshine gives way to increasing clouds by mid-afternoon leading to an isolated rain or wet snow shower toward Champlain Valley before dark. A high in the mid-40s. Southwest winds 10 mph.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: A band of wet accumulating moderate snow showers or squalls exiting after midnight. A dusting to an inch with slick travel, clearing overnight & blustery. A low in the lower 20s. South winds shifting to westerly 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts.
THURSDAY: Partly sunny but blustery and colder with an isolated mountain flurry. Colder. A high 32 to 35. Gusty northwest winds 10 to 25 mph flares up in the afternoon.
Looking further ahead
THURSDAY NIGHT: Fair with high cloudiness. A low upper teens to mid-20s.
FRIDAY: Filtered morning sun then clouding up. Chance for mixed wet snow with minor slushy accumulation higher terrain. A high upper 30s to around 40.
SATURDAY: Gray. Chance for periods of rain…heavy at times with a risk for thunder. Breezy to windy. A low around 35. A high around 55.
SUNDAY: Accumulating wet snow showers early dries up., Skies becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon. A low in the 20s. A high in the mid-30s.
Average lows ranging thru the 20s. Average highs mid to upper 40s
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