Updated Monday Evening Forecast — February 25th, 2019

Wind Advisory expires 7 PM this evening…Winter Weather Advisory for the Northeast Kingdom through 11 PM, Wind chill Advisory into Tuesday…

TONIGHT: Frequent flurries & mountain snow showers exiting toward midnight. Blowing & drifting snow at times. Otherwise becoming partly cloudy and colder. A low in the single digits. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph lowering wind chills this evening…decreasing overnight.

TOMORROW: Partly cloudy early, giving way to increasing amounts sunshine. Continued blustery with lowered wind chills. A high upper single digits to mid teens. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear and frigid. A low zero to ten below. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph…lowering wind chills.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny in the morning with increasing clouds in the afternoon. Well below normal in temperatures. A high ranging 5 to 15 above coldest north. Northwest winds 10 mph.

Looking further ahead…

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Rising chance flurries light snow northern areas. Occasional light accumulating snow southern areas A low in the single digits above zero.

THURSDAY: Scattered flurries exiting in the morning. Sunshine developing in the afternoon. A high upper teens to mid 20s.

FRIDAY: Blue skies and bright sunshine with a few high clouds. A low zero to 10 below. A high 25 to 30.

SATURDAY: Partly to mostly sunny, then more clouds in the afternoon. A low in the single digits. A high upper 20s to mid 30s.

Average lows upper single digits into the upper teens. Average highs in the low to mid 30s.


Roger Hill

Weatheringheights Consulting

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Worcester Vermont 05682

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