TONIGHT: Considerable cloudiness. Flurries or snow showers develop toward day break with a dusting to half inch accumulation. A low mid-teens to low 20s. Light southeast winds.
TOMORROW: Gray. Scattered snow showers or flurries exit mid to late morning. Maybe a hint of sunshine. A high in the mid 30s. Southeast winds 10 to 15 mph, stronger near Lake Champlain.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Lots of clouds. Rain…with areas of freezing rain east of the Green Mountains arrives around daybreak producing a period of very slick travel. A low 25 to 30. Light southeast winds.
SATURDAY: Freezing rain likely for a time east of the Green Mountains…changing to rain and scattered rain showers in the afternoon. Very mild. A high rising into the mid-50s toward evening. South to southeast winds 10 to 20 mph and gusty.
Looking further ahead…
SATURDAY NIGHT: Isolated showers giving way to a round of moderate locally heavy showers…maybe a rumble of thunder and breezy to windy conditions. Sharply falling temperatures overnight into the mid-30s.
SUNDAY: Blustery and colder with a leftover mountain flurry early, giving way to increasing sunshine. A high in the mid to upper 30s.
MONDAY: More sun than clouds. A low 25 to 30. A high near 45.
TUESDAY: Variable cloudiness, slight chance for a northern morning flurry. A low around 30. A high 35 to 40.
WEDNESDAY: Clouds with periods of afternoon sunshine. A low in the mid-20s. A high 40 to 45.
Average lows in the mid-teens to low 20s. Average highs in the 30s.