Flood Watch in effect thru early Thursday morning… Wind Advisory 10 AM this morning thru 7 PM this evening, southern Vermont counties…
TODAY: A few morning sprinkles. Otherwise very mild with periods of sun. Breezy to windy at times. A morning high 50 to 55, turning colder to near freezing by late in the day, with a stray mountain flurry. Southwest winds pick up 10 to 25 mph…shifting to northwesterly with stronger gusts.
TONIGHT: A few mountain flurries early, then just a few leftover clouds. Blustery & colder with wind chills late. A low zero to 5 above. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph with higher gusts early this evening…falling off overnight.
THURSDAY: Mixed sun and clouds & back to mid-winter temperatures. A high upper teens northern areas to lower 20s. Light northwest winds.
Looking further ahead…
Winter Storm Watch late Thursday night thru Friday evening…
THURSDAY NIGHT: Thickening clouds…leading to a rising chance for accumulating snow late with a light coating. A low 5 to 10.
FRIDAY: Cloudy. Chance for snow…moderate at times, accumulations about 3 to 8” with more in the mountains. A high in the lower 20s.
SATURDAY: Lots of sunshine but below normal temperatures. A low in the single digits. A high 20 to 25.
SUNDAY: Thickening clouds, leading to scattered snow showers or squalls. A low around 10. A high 25 to 30.
Average lows 5 to 15. Average highs low to mid 30s
End of Met. Winter March 9th