Winter Storm Warning expires early Tuesday evening…
TODAY: Wintry mix of predominantly sleet to fall moderate at times…to mix with freezing rain during the morning commute with some glazing likely. Precipitation to become much lighter by 10 AM. Total sleet/snow accumulation 3 to 6” with up to a 2 tenths of glazing possible central and southern Vermont. A high in the mid and possibly upper 30s this afternoon. Light southeast winds.
TONIGHT: Snow showers redevelop this early evening with accumulations of an inch or two mainly in the mountains. Turning blustery and much colder.Otherwise variable clouds. A low dipping 5 to 10 above. West to northwest winds developing 10 to 25 mph with few higher gusts lowering wind chills.
WEDNESDAY: Pick of the week. Morning clouds…then mostly sunny but a little colder. A high around 20. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph…mainly in the morning lowering wind chills a bit…
Looking further ahead…
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clear in the evening then increasing high cloudiness. Colder. A low around zero to 5 above.
THURSDAY: High clouds thickening up. Good chance for snow developing Thursday evening. A high reaching near 25.
FRIDAY: Overcast. Chance for accumulating snow…A few to several inches possible. A low 10 to 15. A high in the low 20s.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance for leftover snow showers or flurries. Blustery & colder. A low 10 to 15. A high around 20.
Average low ranging mid-single digits to mid-teens, Average highs 30 to 35.
End of Meteorological Winter March 9th… based off local climatology.
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