Wind Advisories in effect 1 PM today through 1 PM Tuesday except the Champlain Valley…
TODAY: Considerable cloudiness. Occasional rain showers dry up by late morning. An early afternoon high in the low 40s. Snow showers redevelop mid to late afternoon across northern areas and overspread the region. It’ll turn blustery to windy with sharply falling temperatures later this afternoon. South winds 10 to 15 mph shifting to westerly this afternoon and increasing later on.
TONIGHT: Mainly cloudy. Blustery to windy and sharply colder. Snow showers and isolated snow squalls this evening with a dusting to 2” accumulation with snow coated roads and potential black ice. In addition hazardous travel tonight with blowing and drifting and possible white-outs with wind chills in the minus 20s to minus 30. Temperatures falling to near zero by daybreak. West to northwesterly winds 15 to 25 mph with gusts 45 to 50 mph possible east of the Green Mountains.
TUESDAY: Blustery to windy…with occasional mountain flurries exiting mid-morning. Otherwise becoming partly cloudy. Bitterly cold wind chills tomorrow into the early afternoon. A high low to mid-teens. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts east of the Green Mountains. Winds ramp down in the afternoon.
Looking further ahead…
TUSDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear in the evening then increasing clouds. Chance for occasional flurries with minor accumulation. A low around 10.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy. A few mountain flurries. A high in the low to mid 30s.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny. A low zero to 10 above. A high in the upper teens.
FRIDAY: Increasing mainly high clouds. A low around 10 A high in the lower 20s.
Average low ranging upper single digits to mid-teens, Average highs ranging low to mid 30s
End of Meteorological Winter March 9th… based off local climatology.