Updated Wednesday morning Forecast — March 15th, 20232 min read
Winter Storm Warnings expire this morning North Central Vermont and continue Northeast Kingdom thru 4 PM for additional snowfall, blowing and drifting
TODAY: Gray. Blustery to windy. Lingering light snow eventually winds down to scattered flurries mountain snow showers this afternoon. Additional accumulation 1 to locally 4” especially western slopes northern Greens and Northeast Kingdom. A high 32 to 35. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with blowing a drifting.
TONIGHT: Early evening cloudiness gives way to mostly clear skies. A low 20 to 25. Light northwest winds.
THURSDAY: Partial morning sun early, then thickening clouds. Slight chance for a rain or snow shower. A high near 40. Light west winds.
Looking further ahead
THURSDAY NIGHT: Overcast. Slight chance for a few flurries. A low in the upper 20s.
FRIDAY: Cloudy. Chance for rain valleys mixed with wet snow elevated terrain. A high around 40.
SATURDAY: Lots of clouds. Chance for morning rain showers…watch for icy spots…then becoming partly to mostly sunny. A low in the mid-30s. A high 40 to 45.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy & blustery. Maybe a flurry. A low in the teens. A high 25 to 30.
MONDAY: Bright spring sunshine. A low upper single digits to mid-teens. A high upper 30s to near 40.
Average lows mid-teens to lower 20s. Average highs mid-30s to low 40s.
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