Updated Friday Evening Forecast — November 23rd, 2018

TONIGHT: A few evening clouds, then mostly clear. A low 10 to 15. Light south winds.

TOMORROW: Sunshine filtered by high cloudiness thickening up late. Milder and more seasonable in temperature with a high upper 30s to near 40. Light south winds.

Winter Weather Advisory Saturday evening into Sunday morning.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Rain developing late evening…starting as freezing along and east of the Green Mountains producing icy hazardous travel. A low around 32. Light east to southeast winds.

SUNDAY: Gray. Rain…with pockets of freezing rain east of the Green Mountains through mid morning. Rain tapering to scattered sprinkles late with areas of fog. A high 35 to 40. Light north winds.

Looking further ahead…

SUNDAY NIGHT: Maybe an evening sprinkle otherwise cloudy. A low near 32.

MONDAY: Cloudy. Good chance wet snow or mixed precipitation arriving late in the afternoon. A high mid to upper 30s.

TUESDAY: Cloudy. Chance for wet snow. Accumulations of a few inches. A low near 30. A high near 35.

WEDNESDAY: Scattered leftover snow showers and flurries with minor accumulation early.Intervals of afternoon sunshine.A low near 20. A high in the low 30s.

THURSDAY: Clouds and intervals of sun. Scattered mountain snow showers and valley flurries. A low 20 to 25. A high near 30.

Average lows 20 to 25. Average highs mid 30s to low 40s.

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