Winter Weather Advisory Green Mountains east…7 PM this evening through 7 AM Friday…
TONIGHT: Cloudy. Light intermittent rain, pockets of freezing rain developing toward midnight east of the Green Mountains. Expect slick travel and some minor glazing. A late evening low 30 to 35, then temperatures gradually rising overnight. Southeast winds 10 to 20 mph.
Wind Advisory Friday through 10 AM Saturday…
TOMORROW: Morning rain with slick spots for untreated roads ending by noon with intervals of sunshine. More clouds with a few mountain flurries later in the afternoon. A high 40 to 45…falling into the mid to upper 20s in the afternoon. Becoming blustery to windy. Southwest winds shifting to northwesterly 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy & colder. Blustery to windy. A few stray flurries. A low 5 to 15 above. Gusty west to northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts & lowered wind chills.
SATURDAY: Sunny, but blustery to windy with lowered wind chills. Much colder. Temperatures 5 to 15 above. West to northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts mainly in the morning lowering wind chills.
Looking further ahead…
SATURDAY NIGHT: Clear skies. A low 5 above to 5 below.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. A high mid teens to low 20s.
MONDAY: Lots of sunshine but cold. A low 5 above to 10 below. A high low to mid teens.
TUESDAY: Partial morning sun, then thickening clouds. A low zero to 10 below. A high in the 20s.
WEDNESDAY: Chance for light accumulating snow in the morning tapering to scattered snow showers in the afternoon.
Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.