Wind chill Advisory 10 PM tonight into Saturday afternoon for northwestern Vermont…
TONIGHT: Partial clearing northern and western areas, otherwise cloudy. Scattered flurries mainly central and southern areas with a light coating. A low 5 above to 10 below. North winds picking up around 10 mph with dangerous wind chills.
TOMORROW: Gray. Periods of light snow or snow showers…dusting to 3”especially toward New Hampshire. Blustery to windy with lowering wind chills. Deep Freeze. A high 5 to 10 above. North winds 10 to 20 mph with stronger gusts producing some blowing and drifting.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Mainly cloudy. Lingering snow showers or flurries near the Connecticut River with little additional accumulation. otherwise considerable cloudiness. Frigid. A low zero to 10 below with dangerously cold wind chills. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph.
SUNDAY: Partly to mostly sunny. Still rather cold. A high about 10 to 15. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph producing cold wind chills.
Looking further ahead…
SUNDAY NIGHT: Scattered clouds. Frigid. A low 5 above to 10 below.
MONDAY: Bright sun and blue skies. Start of significant warming trend. A high 20 to 25.
TUESDAY: Intervals of morning sun, then cloudy. A low in the single digits. A late day high pushing to around 32.
WEDNESDAY: Mainly gray. Chance for wet snow showers mixed with sprinkles valley floors in the afternoon. A low 25 to 30. A high near 40.
Average lows single digits. Average highs ranging low to mid 20s.
End of Met. Winter March 9th