TONIGHT: Clear skies this evening give way to variable cloudiness overnight, a stray flurry toward Island Pond about daybreak. A low upper 20s to low 30s. Winds becoming west to northwesterly 10 to 15 mph.
TOMORROW: Partly cloudy, maybe a northern mountain flurry early. Lots of sun in the afternoon. Blustery at times and cooler. A high mid-30s to around 40. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Variable…mainly high cloudiness. A low 20 to 25. Little wind.
WEDNESDAY: Thickening clouds. Slight chance for a few rain showers late. Milder. A high around 40. Light southeast breeze.
Looking further ahead…
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Overcast. Good chance for rain…with freezing rain, sleet & wet snow developing with light accumulations making for slippery travel. A low 30 to 32.
THURSDAY: Chance for freezing rain showers early morning hours east of the Green Mountains…changing to rain showers before exiting late morning. Turning milder in the late afternoon. A high about 50 to 55.
FRIDAY: Chance for snow flurries in the afternoon. A morning low near 32. A high 35 to 40.
SATURDAY: Thickening clouds. Chance for a period of accumulating snow or wet snow of a few inches possible Saturday night. A low in the mid-20s. A high in the mid-30s.
Average lows ranging thru the teens. Average highs 30 to 35.