Updated Tuesday morning Forecast — January 16th, 2018

TODAY: Mainly gray. Occasional flurries or very light snow this morning. Dusting to a half inch. An occasional flurry later this afternoon with a break in-between. A high in the mid 20s to low 30s. Light southwest winds.

TONIGHT: Overcast. Periods of light accumulating snow but moderate at southern areas overnight. A low in the low 20s. Little wind.

WEDNESDAY: Gray with accumulating mostly light snow. Total accumulation 1 to 3” northern areas, and 2 to locally 5” south of the Barre Montpelier area. A high in the lower 30s. Light northwest winds.

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Scattered leftover flurries winding down. Otherwise lots of clouds. A low in the single digits.

THURSDAY: Isolated leftover flurry in the morning. More clouds than sun.A high in the low to mid 20s.

FRIDAY: Considerable cloudiness with a hints of sun. A low 10 to 15. A high in the low 30s.

SATURDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. A low 25 to 30. A high pushing toward 40.

SUNDAY: Cloudy. Chance for wet snow showers early, sprinkles in the afternoon. A low in the 20s. A high in the 30s.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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Updated Monday morning Martin Luther King Jr. Day Forecast — January 15th, 2018

TODAY: Sunshine mixed with cloudy periods. A high in the mid to upper teens. Little wind.

TONIGHT: Fair this evening, then thickening clouds. Slight chance for a flurry toward daybreak. A low 5 below to 5 above. Light south winds.

TUESDAY: Variable clouds. Occasional flurries or periods of light snow Barre-Montpelier area south. Otherwise breaks of sun, with chance for flurries northern areas. A high moderating back to mid 20s. Light south winds.

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TUESDAY NIGHT: Overcast. Periods of accumulating snow. A dusting to 3 inches with most south toward Rutland least Canadian Border region. A low near 20.

WEDNESDAY: Occasional flurries exiting in the afternoon with intervals of afternoon sunshine. A high in the lower 30s.

THURSDAY: More clouds than sun.A low near zero. A high upper teens to low 20s.

FRIDAY: Mainly cloudy. Chance for flurries or light snow showers. Some minor accumulation. A low in the single digits. A high in the 30.

SATURDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. A low near 20. A high 35 to 40.

SUNDAY: Cloudy. Chance for wet snow showers early mixing with rain in the afternoon. A low n the 30s. A high in the upper 30s to mid 40s.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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Updated Friday Evening forecast — January 12th, 2018

Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories this evening into late Saturday.

TONIGHT: Periods of rain transitioning to freezing rain with ice accumulation and treacherous travel developing this evening. Freezing rain becoming a “wintry mix of sleet and eventually snow later on and overnight. Multiple precipitation types may be excessive creating very poor travel. Temperatures falling into the low 20s to upper teens overnight. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

TOMORROW: Overcast. Sleet and snow moderate at times. Accumulations 2 to locally 6” Bare-Montpellier and Northeast Kingdom. 6 to locally 12” toward northern Champlain Valley” Accumulations only a dusting to 2” southeast of Barre-Montpelier. Temperatures falling through the teens. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Leftover snow showers and flurries exiting in the evening to partial clearing. A low Zero to 10 below. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph with dangerous wind chills.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny but much colder. A high 5 to 10 above. Light northwest winds.

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SUNDAY NIGHT: Scattered clouds. “diamond dust flurries” A low 5 to 15 below.

MONDAY: Sunshine mixed with a some cloudy periods. Still cold, but not as…with a high in the lower teens.

TUESDAY: Partial morning sun, then clouding up with a chance for flurries late. A low 5 to 10 above. A high moderating back to 20 to 25.

WEDNESDAY: Gray. Chance for snow developing in the morning…possibly significant! A low 10 to 15. A high 20 to 25.

THURSDAY: Chance for snow possibly significant. A low mid teens with a high around 20.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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Updated Friday morning Forecast — January 12th, 2017

TODAY: Gray. Periods of rain occasionally moderate at times and blustery in the higher terrain. Areas of fog and milder. A high in the low 50s. South winds 10 to 25 mph with gusts over 40 mph across the hills.

Winter Storm Warning 7 PM Friday through 4 PM Saturday…

TONIGHT: Periods of rain, freezing rain with ice accumulation transitioning to a “wintry mix of sleet and eventually snow moderate at times late this evening and overnight. Multiple precipitation types may be excessive creating very poor travel. Sharply colder! Temperatures falling into the low 20s to upper teens. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

SATURDAY: Overcast. A sleety-snowfall. Accumulations 3 to locally 6” with more snow like toward northern Champlain Valley”. Temperatures falling through the teens. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

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SATURDAY NIGHT: Leftover snow showers and flurries exiting in the evening to partial clearing. A low zero to 5 below.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny but much colder. A high 5 to 10 above.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny with some high clouds. Frigid. A low 5 to 15 below. A high in around 10 above.

TUESDAY: Partial morning sun then clouding up with a chance for flurries late. A low around zero. A high moderating back into the 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Gray. Chance for snow and a risk for mixed precipitation. A low in the teens. A high in the 20s.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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Updated Thursday Evening Forecast — January 11th, 2018

TONIGHT: Cloudy staying mild. Periods of rain…developing after midnight. Slight risk of icy spots on back gravel roads. A low 40 to 45. South winds 10 to 20 mph.

TOMORROW: Gray. Periods of rain occasionally moderate, blustery at times. Areas of fog. Milder with a high in the low 50s. South winds 10 to 25 mph gust over 40 mph across elevated terrain.

Winter Storm Warning 7 PM Friday through 4 PM Saturday…

FRIDAY NIGHT: Periods of rain, freezing rain with ice accumulation transitioning to a “wintry mix of sleet and eventually snow moderate at times. Multiple precipitation types may be excessive creating very poor travel. Sharply colder! Temperatures falling into the low 20s to upper teens. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

SATURDAY: Overcast with a sleety-snowfall. Accumulations 3 to locally 7”. Snowfall likely more northern and western areas up to locally 12”. Temperatures falling through the teens. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

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SATURDAY NIGHT: Leftover snow showers and flurries exiting in the evening to partial clearing. A low zero to 5 below.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny but much colder. A high 5 to 10 above.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny with some high clouds. Frigid. A low 5 to 15 below. A high in around 10 above.

TUESDAY: Partial morning sun then clouding up with a chance for flurries late. A low around zero. A high moderating back into the 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Gray. Chance for snow and a risk for mixed precipitation. A low in the teens. A high in the 20s.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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Updated Thursday morning forecast — January 11th, 2018

TODAY: Spotty light rain showers or sprinkles exiting late this morning – Watch for slick spots. Clouds perhaps a few break of sun this afternoon. A high around 45. South winds 10 to 20 mph.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and staying mild. Rain developing overnight. Risk of icy spots on back gravel roads. A low around 40. South winds 10 to 20 mph.

FRIDAY: Gray. Periods of rain, blustery at times with areas of fog. Milder with a high pushing close to 50. South winds 10 to 25 mph gust over 40 mph across elevated terrain.

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Winter Storm Watch Goes into Effect Friday Evening through Saturday Evening

FRIDAY NIGHT: Periods of rain, freezing rain with ice accumulation transitioning to a “wintry mix of sleet and eventually snow moderate at times. Very poor travel! Sharply colder! Temperatures falling into the low 20s to upper teens.

SATURDAY: Overcast with a sleety-snowfall. Accumulations 3 to locally 7”. Snowfall likely more northern and western areas up to locally 12”. Temperatures falling through the teens.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny but much colder. A low near zero to 10 below. A high 5 to 10 above.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny with some high clouds. Frigid. A low 15 to 20 below. A high in the single digits above zero.

TUESDAY: Partial morning sun then clouding up with a chance for flurries late. A low around zero. A high moderating back into the 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Gray. Chance for snow and a risk for mixed precipitation. A low in the teens. A high in the 20s.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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Updated Wednesday Evening Forecast — January 10th, 2018

TONIGHT: Clouding up. Spotty freezing rain developing making for slick spots. An early low in the mid 20s to around 30 this evening, then temperatures rise above freezing overnight. South breeze picks up at 10 to 15 mph.

TOMORROW: Cloudy and becoming milder. Spotty freezing sprinkles or sprinkles exiting in the morning. Breaks of sun developing . A around 45. South winds 10 to 20 mph.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy and staying mild. Rain developing overnight. Risk of icy spots on back gravel roads.. A low around 40. South winds 10 to 20 mph.

FRIDAY: Gray with periods of rain, blustery at times with areas of fog. Milder with a high pushing close to 50. South winds 10 to 25 mph gust over 40 mph across elevated terrain.

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FRIDAY NIGHT: Periods of freezing rain with some glazing transitioning to a wintry mix of sleet and eventually snow toward daybreak. Sharply colder! Temperatures falling into the teens.

SATURDAY: Overcast with periods of sleet and snow. Accumulations 2 to locally 6” Temperatures in the teens.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny but much colder. A low near zero degrees . A high around 10 above.

MONDAY: Partly to mostly sunny and cold. A low in the teens below zero. A high 10 above.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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