Updated Friday Evening Forecast — January 15th, 2022

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Wind Chill Warning 7 PM this evening thru 4 PM Saturday

TONIGHT: Variable cloudiness, blustery and frigid. A low 10 to 20 below. North to northwest winds 10 to 15 mph, stronger near Lake Champlain with dangerous wind chills into the minus 30s in exposed areas.

TOMORROW: Morning clouds…give way to arctic-like sunshine, hazy. Bitterly cold. A high zero to ten below. Northwest 10 to 15 mph with dangerous wind chills.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Clear and frigid. A low 10 to 20 below. Little wind.

SUNDAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies after a frigid start. A high around 15. Light south winds.

Looking further ahead…

SUNDAY NIGHT: Thickening clouds. A good chance for accumulating snow after 3 AM. An evening low in the single digits, then temperatures gradually rising.

Full Wolf Moon 6:48 PM…Monday

MONDAY Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Overcast. Chance for accumulating snow…moderate to briefly heavy at times, around 5 to 9” with more possible toward the southern Greens near a foot. Becoming blustery from the east northeast. A high in the low to mid 30s.

TUESDAY: A few leftover flurries drying up then mostly sunny. Blustery. A low in the single digits above. A high 10 to 15.

WEDNESDAY: Clouding up. Chance for light accumulating snow or snow showers. A low minus 10 to 15. A high 25 to 30.

Average lows single digits thru low-teens. Average highs mid-20s to near 30

Met winter peaks January 23rd, End of Met. Winter March 9th

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