TONIGHT: Northern mountain flurries this evening. Clouds give way to partial clearing toward daybreak. A low ranging 15 to 25 degrees warmest western Vermont. Light northwest winds.
TOMORROW: A pleasant dry winter day and slightly above normal in temperature. Periods of sun central and northern areas…gradually becoming cloudy. A high around 35. Little wind.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Thickening clouds leading to few flurries or sprinkles late. Milder. An evening low mid-20s to low 30s in the evening…rising to the low to mid 30s overnight. Light south winds.
THURSDAY: Clouds and a few breaks of sun. An isolated mountain snow shower or flurry late. A high in the upper 30s. Light west breeze.
Looking further ahead…
THURSDAY NIGHT: Scattered sprinkles or flurries, otherwise mostly cloudy. A low ranging upper teens to mid-20s north, closer to 32 degrees south.
FRIDAY: Morning clouds, then mostly sunny in the afternoon. A high 35 to 40.
SATURDAY: Overcast. Rising chance for a period of rain…moderate at times. Slippery travel possible thru mid-morning east of the Green Mountains. A low in the 20s. A high upper 30s to mid-40s.
SUNDAY: Blustery & turning sharply colder. Chance for accumulating snow showers and possible snow squalls. Temperatures in the 40s early AM…then sharply colder into the teens in the afternoon.
Average lows mid-single digits thru mid-teens. Average highs mid-20s to low 30s
Met winter peaks January 23rd, End of Met. Winter March 9th