Winter Weather Advisory 3 AM thru 10 AM Saturday for areas of freezing rain…
TONIGHT: Cloudy. Rain…with areas of freezing rain east of the Green Mountains well after midnight producing a period of very slick travel. A low mid to upper 20s. Light southeast winds.
TOMORROW: Rain with patches of freezing rain and light icing thru about 10 AM east of the Green Mountains…slick travel. Rain showers isolated to widely scattered in the afternoon. Turning very mild. A high 50 to 55 late. South to southeast winds 10 to 20 mph with stronger gusts to 45 mph Champlain Valley.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Isolated showers early before a round of moderate rain showers later in the evening…possibly a rumble of thunder southern areas. Breezy to windy. Temperatures falling into the low to mid-30s after midnight with a few stray flurries. South to southwest winds shift to west to northwesterly 10 to 25 mph with gusts 45 to 50 mph near the southern Green Mountains.
SUNDAY: Blustery and colder maybe a mountain flurry early. Otherwise becoming mostly sunny. Temperatures holding around 35. Westerly breeze 10 to 20 mph with higher gusts.
Looking further ahead…
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear in the evening and then partly cloudy. A low around 30.
MONDAY: More sun than clouds. A high 40 to 45.
TUESDAY: Variable cloudiness, slight chance for a northern morning flurry. A low 25 to 30. A high 35 to 40.
WEDNESDAY: Clouds with periods of afternoon sunshine. A low 20 to 25. A high near 40.
Average lows in the mid-teens to low 20s. Average highs in the 30s.