Updated Wednesday Evening Forecast — March 20th, 2019

Full “Sap” Moon 9:43 PM

TONIGHT: Mostly clear and fully moonlit in the evening. Partly to mostly cloudy overnight. A low mid to upper 20s. Southeast winds 10 mph.

TOMORROW: Breaks of early sun, then gray skies but milder. Rain showers developing toward far southern and western areas. A high around 45. Sap run likely. South winds 10 to 15 mph.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Evening rain showers. Rain showers changing over to wet snow overnight. Slushy accumulation of an inch with slippery travel developing. A low near 32. Southeast winds 10 mph.

Winter Storm Watch Green Mountains and northern tier regions

FRIDAY: Gray. Periods of wet slushy snow possibly mixed with rain valley floors. Slushy Accumulation of an inch 2 inches valleys with several inches above 1500 ft. A high mid to upper 30s. Winds becoming north to northeast 10 mph.

Looking further ahead…

FRIDAY NIGHT: Periods of wet snow likely…possibly mixed with rain valley floors. Additional accumulation of a few inches possible especially Green Mountains and points west.

SATURDAY: Snow…tapering to scattered snow showers and flurries in the afternoon before exiting late. Intervals of afternoon sunshine developing away from the mountains. Blustery & colder. A high 30 to 35. Gusty northwest winds.

SUNDAY: A beauty. Sunshine giving way to some high cloudiness. A low 15 to 20. A reaching into the mid 40s – Likely a sap run.

Average lows in the upper-teens to mid 20s. Average highs in the 40s.