Winter Storm Warning central & southern Green Mountains/high terrain with Winter Weather Advisories Washington and Orange counties 8 PM this evening thru 8 PM Friday…
TONIGHT: Cloudy. Rain transitions to wet snow this evening…moderate to heavy at times central and southern Vermont overnight. About dusting to 4” northern Vermont, with 4 to locally 10” central and southern Green Mountains and adjacent high terrain above about 1200 ft. A low 32 to 35. Light northeast winds.
TOMORROW: Overcast. Periods of accumulating wet snow…mixed with rain lower valleys. Accumulations about additional 2 to 4”. A high in the mid-30s, except 35 to 40 Champlain Valley. North to northeast winds 10 to 15 mph.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with occasional light snow showers or flurries exiting toward daybreak. Minor accumulations. A low around 32. Light northerly winds.
SATURDAY: Considerable cloudiness. A high in the mid-40s. Light northerly winds.
Looking further ahead…
SATURDAY NIGHT: Lots of clouds. A low 30 to 32.
SUNDAY: Mainly cloudy…with breaks of sun later in the afternoon. A high upper 40s to low 50s.
MONDAY: Mainly cloudy. Widely scattered sprinkles or light rain showers. A low 30 to 35. A high around 55.
TUESDAY: Partial morning sun…then clouding up. A low mid-30s to low 40s. A high in the low 60s.
Average low in the 30s. Average highs low to mid 50s.
Start of Meteorological Summer June 6th… Summer peaks approx.. July 22nd based off local climatology.
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