Updated Friday Evening Forecast — January 18th, 2019

TONIGHT: Scattered evening flurries couple mountain snow showers with minor accumulation exiting. A low 5 below north and single digits south. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

Winter Storm Warning 4 PM Saturday through 4 PM Sunday

TOMORROW: Morning sun giving way to thickening afternoon clouds. Light snow developing mid to late afternoon. A high single digits to low teens. Light north winds.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Snow becomes moderate to heavy at times. Accumulation ranging 5 to 12 inches by daylight. Temperatures near 10 above. Light northwest winds.

SUNDAY: Snow…moderate to heavy in the morning…gradually lighter in the afternoon. Total accumulation likely 8 to 20 with more southern Vermont”. Otherwise gray. A high in the teens then colder with bitterly cold wind chills developing late. North wind picking up to 15 mph.

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Full Wolf Moon 12:16 AM Monday

SUNDAY NIGHT: Scattered flurries and mountain snow showers with additional dusting to 3” especially western slopes of Green Mountains. Otherwise becoming partially moonlit with a possible viewing of the lunar eclipse.

MONDAY: Lots of clouds. Light snow showers or flurries near the mountains with some minor additional accumulation. Intervals of sunshine away from the mountains. Bitterly cold dangerous wind chills. Temperatures zero to 10 below.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny followed by high cloudiness in the afternoon. A low zero to 10 below. A high in the low teens.

WEDNESDAY: Clouding up. Chance for accumulating snowfall. A low single digits. A high in the 20s.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

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