TONIGHT: Considerable cloudiness. Scattered flurries across the northern tier this evening near the Quebec border. Little accumulation. A low 20 to 25. South breeze picks up 10 to 15 mph.
TOMORROW: Thickening clouds breezy and warmer. Occasional light rain develops west to east late. A late day high mid-40s. Southeast breeze 10 to 20 mph.
Flood Watch southern ½ of the state late Thursday thru late Friday.
THURSDAY NIGHT Christmas Eve: Moderate to locally heavy wind-blown rain likely mid evening on. Breezy to windy but milder. Temperatures rise 50 to 55 degrees overnight. Gusty southeast winds 15 to 30 mph with gusts over 50 mph western slopes of the Greens and higher terrain.
FRIDAY Christmas Day: Moderate to briefly heavy rain tapers off to widely scattered mountain snow showers or flurries around dark.A high in the mid possibly upper 50s. Southeast winds 15 to 30 mph gusts over 50 mph higher terrain western slopes…falling off to south winds 10 to 25 mph.
Looking further ahead…
FRIDAY NIGHT: Widely scattered wet snow showers or flurries. Blustery southwest winds & sharply colder toward evening…effecting travel with a possible flash-freeze. A low upper teens to around 20.
SATURDAY: Mixed sun and clouds.Maybe a flurry far northern areas. A high upper 20s to near 30.
SUNDAY: Morning clouds with a mountain flurry…then periods of afternoon sun. A low in the upper teens. A high 25 to 30.
MONDAY: Partial morning sunshine then increasing clouds. Chance for late afternoon sprinkles or flurries. A low around 20. A high in the mid-30s.
Average low upper single digits to mid-teens, Average highs mid-20s to low-30s.
Peak of Winter (coldest averages) January 23rd. End of Winter March 9th… based off local climatology.
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