Updated Friday Evening Forecast — January 17th, 2020

I will be taking off Monday and Tuesday – back Wednesday

TONIGHT: Clear this evening, then some high cloudiness. Frigid. A low ranging 5 to 20 below. Light northwest winds.

Winter Weather Advisory 1 PM Saturday through late Sunday…

TOMORROW: Partial morning sun, then clouding up, leading to accumulating snow developing late. A high in the mid to upper teens. Light south winds.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Accumulating snow…moderate at times with about 3 to 7 new inches. An early low near 15, then rising temperatures into the 20s. Southeast winds 10 to 15 mph.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to mountain snow showers valley flurries and blustery. Temperatures rising 32 to 35. Winds becoming westerly 10 mph.

Looking further ahead…

SUNDAY NIGHT: Considerable clouds with a stray flurry or two then clearing. A low in the single digits.

MONDAY MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY: Mostly sunny. A high mid-teens.

TUESDAY: Filtered sunshine through high clouds. A low 10 to 15 below. A high 10 to 15 above.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny continued dry. A low in the single digits. A high in the 20s.

Average lows mid-single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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Updated Friday Morning Forecast — January 17th, 2019

Wind Chill Advisory thru 10 AM Friday morning.

TODAY: Diamond dust, otherwise “arctic sunshine “with a high just 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 mph lowering wind chills this morning gradually diminishing.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear in the evening then some high cloudiness. Frigid. A low ranging 5 to 20 below. Light northwest winds.

SATURDAY: Brief morning sunshine, then thickening clouds, leading to accumulating snow developing late. A high in the mid to upper teens. Light south winds.

Looking further ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Accumulating snow likely. An early low near 15, then rising temperatures into the 20s.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to mountain snow showers valley flurries and blustery. Temperatures rising 32 to 35.

MONDAY MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY: Chance for a flurry early, then mostly sunny. A morning low in the single digits. A high mid to upper teens.

TUESDAY: Arctic sunshine. A low 10 to 15 below. A high 10 to 15 above.

WEDNESDAY: Mixed sun and clouds. A low in the single digits. A high in the 20s.

Average lows mid-single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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Updated Thursday Evening Forecast — January 16th, 2020

Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories expire early this evening…Wind Chill Advisory 4 AM thru 10 AM Friday morning.

TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Snow showers especially Burlington into Montpelier winding down into widely scattered mountain flurries through the overnight but turning frigid. A low zero to 5 below. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph lowering wind chills.

TOMORROW: Scattered clouds/diamond dust, otherwise lots of sunshine developing. A high just 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 mph lowering wind chills in the morning.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear in the evening then some high cloudiness. Frigid. A low ranging 5 to 20 below. Light northwest winds.

SATURDAY: Brief morning sunshine, then thickening clouds, leading to accumulating snow developing late. A high in the mid to upper teens. Light south winds.

Looking further ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Cloudy. Accumulating snow likely. An early low near 15, then rising temperatures into the 20s.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to mountain snow showers valley flurries and blustery. Temperatures rising into the low 30s.

MONDAY MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY: Chance for a flurry early, then mixed clouds and sun. A morning low in the single digits. A high mid to upper teens

TUESDAY: Sunny. A low zero to 15 below. A high 10 to 15 above.

Average lows mid-single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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Updated Thursday Morning Forecast — January 16th, 2020

Winter Storm Warning Northern and Western Vermont…Winter Weather Advisory elsewhere…thru this evening…

TODAY: Gray. Accumulating snow…moderate for a time this morning…tapering to snow showers this afternoon. Total accumulation 3 to 7”. Blustery, sharply colder with a few breaks of sunshine this afternoon. Temperatures falling through the 20s into the teens. Light north winds become northwesterly and increasing 10 to 25 mph lowering wind chills with some blowing and drifting.

Wind Chill Advisory 4 AM thru 10 AM Friday morning.

TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Scattered flurries. Frigid. A low zero to 5 below. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph lowering wind chills.

FRIDAY: Scattered clouds/diamond dust, otherwise lots of sunshine developing. A high just 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph lowering wind chills in the morning before diminishing.

Looking further ahead…

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear in the evening then some high cloudiness. Frigid. A low zero to 10 below.

SATURDAY: Brief morning sunshine, then thickening clouds, leading to a chance for accumulating snow developing late. A high in the mid to upper teens.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to mountain snow showers valley flurries and blustery. Temperatures rising through the 20s.

MONDAY MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY: Chance for a flurry early, then mixed clouds and sun. A morning low in the single digits. A high mid to upper teens

Average lows mid-single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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Updated Wednesday Evening Forecast — January 15th, 2020

Winter Storm Warning Northern and Western Vermont…Winter Weather Advisory elsewhere…late evening thru Thursday Evening…

TONIGHT: Cloudy. A few flurries later this evening, then steady snow developing around midnight…moderate at times toward daybreak. Accumulation 2 to 3”. A low in the upper 20s Light southeast winds.

TOMORROW: Gray. Accumulating snow…moderate at times…tapering to snow showers. Total accumulation 3 to 8”. Blustery, sharply colder with some blowing and drifting. Temperatures falling through the 20s into the teens. Light north winds become northwesterly and increasing 10 to 25 mph lowering wind chills.

Wind Chill Advisory Friday morning.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Scattered flurries. Frigid. A low zero to 5 below. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph lowering wind chills.

FRIDAY: Scattered clouds/diamond dust, otherwise lots of sunshine developing. A high just 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph lowering wind chills in the morning before diminishing.

Looking further ahead…

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear in the evening then some high cloudiness. Frigid. A low zero to 10 below.

SATURDAY: Brief morning sunshine, then thickening clouds, leading to a chance for accumulating snow developing late. A high in the mid to upper teens.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to mountain snow showers valley flurries and blustery. Temperatures rising through the 20s.

MONDAY: Chance for a flurry early, then mixed clouds and sun. A morning low in the single digits. A high mid to upper teens

Average lows mid-single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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Updated Wednesday morning Forecast — January 15th, 2020

TODAY: Occasional lingering flurries & valley sprinkles Barre-Montpelier area north for time this morning. Otherwise clouds with a break or two of sun…maybe. A high in the mid-30s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

Winter Storm Warning N. Green Mountains…Winter Weather Advisory elsewhere late this evening into Thursday Evening…

TONIGHT: Thickening clouds. Snow developing around midnight…moderate at times. Accumulation 2 to 4”. A low around 20. Light southeast winds.

THURSDAY: Gray. Accumulating snow…moderate to briefly heavy. Several inches likely…tapering to scattered snow showers and flurries in the afternoon. Blustery and sharply colder with some blowing and drifting. Temperatures falling through the 20s. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph.

Looking further ahead…

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Scattered mountain flurries drying up. Frigid. A low 5 above to 5 below.

FRIDAY: More clouds than sun after a stray morning flurry. A high 10 to 15.

SATURDAY: Brief morning sunshine, then thickening clouds, leading to a chance for accumulating snow developing late. A morning low zero to 10 below. A high in the mid to upper teens.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to flurries and blustery. Temperatures in the 20s.

Average lows mid-single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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Updated Tuesday Evening Forecast — January 14th, 2019

TONIGHT: Cloudy. Light accumulating snow showers, possibly mixed rain valley floors. Minor accumulation a dusting to an inch…a couple inches northern higher terrain. A low 30 to 32. Southeast winds 10 to 15 mph.

TOMORROW: Occasional lingering flurries & valley sprinkles Barre-Montpelier area north. Otherwise clouds with a break or two of sun. A high in the mid-30s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

Winter Storm Watch North Green Mountains Wednesday Evening into Thursday Evening…

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Thickening clouds. Snow developing around midnight…moderate at times. Accumulation 2 to 4”. A low in the upper teens. Light southeast winds.

THURSDAY: Gray. Accumulating snow…moderate to briefly heavy. Several inches likely…tapering to scattered snow showers and flurries in the afternoon. Blustery and sharply colder with some blowing and drifting. Temperatures falling through the 20s and quite blustery. Northwest winds 10 to 25 mph.

Looking further ahead…

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Scattered mountain flurries drying up. Frigid. A low 5 above to 5 below.

FRIDAY: More clouds than sun after a stray morning flurry. A high 10 to 15.

SATURDAY: Brief morning sunshine, then thickening clouds, leading to a chance for accumulating snow developing late. A morning low zero to 10 below. A high in the mid to upper teens.

SUNDAY: Gray. Chance for significant snowfall…tapering to flurries and blustery. Temperatures in the 20s.

Average lows mid single digits to 10 above, average highs in the 20s.

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