Updated Friday Evening Forecast — January 4th, 2019

TONIGHT: Fair with some high cloudiness. A low mid teens to mid 20s. Light southeast winds.

TOMORROW: Variable clouds…cloudiest southern areas. Periods of light rain with a risk of spotty freezing rain with few slick spots southeastern Vermont. A high 35 northern areas and around 32 southern areas. Light southeast winds.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. A rising chance for a few flurries developing late northern areas. A low 20 to 25. Light west to northwest winds.

SUNDAY: Lots of clouds and turning blustery. Frequent mountain snow showers and valley flurries. A dusting to a couple inches northern mountains. A high near 30 degrees. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph.

Looking further Ahead…

SUNDAY NIGHT: Scattered evening flurries then gradual clearing and very cold. A low zero to 10 below.

MONDAY: Bright morning sun and frigid. Thickening clouds in the afternoon. A high in mid teens to near 20.

TUESDAY: Cloudy. Chance for accumulating snow with a risk for mixed precipitation southern and western areas. A low in the teens. A high in the upper 20s to around 32.

WEDNESDAY: Overcast. Chance for snow…possible mixed precipitation. A low in the 20s with a high near 32.

THURSDAY: Lots of clouds. Chance for accumulating snow showers. A risk of snow squalls. A low in the mid teens to around 20. A high in the 20s.

Average lows mid single digits to around 15 above. Average highs mid 20s to near 30.

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