Updated Monday morning forecast — January 14th, 2019

TODAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies. A high around 20 after a frigid start. Light winds.

TONIGHT: Some high cloudiness around but otherwise fair. A low 5 above to 10 below. Little wind.

TUESDAY: Morning sun, then mostly cloudy. A stray flurry or two northern areas late. A high mid to upper 20s. Light northwest winds.

Looking further Ahead…

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy northern areas. Partly cloudy elsewhere. A low in the teens.

WEDNESDAY: Gray skies. Scattered light snow showers or flurries with minor accumulation in the higher terrain especially. Flurries exiting later in the afternoon to break of sunshine. A high in the low to mid 30s.

THURSDAY: Sunny but very cold. A low 5 above to 5 below. A high ranging in the teens.

FRIDAY: Gray. Periods of light accumulating snow or snow showers. A low around 15. A high in the mid 30s.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-11-19[end]

Updated Friday Evening Forecast — January 11th, 2019

Wind Chill Advisory in effect through 10 AM Saturday…

TONIGHT: A few clouds lingering, but mostly clear and frigid. A low 0 to 10 below. Light northwest wind.

TOMORROW: Few clouds early, then mostly sunny with high cloudiness southern areas late. A high around 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 mph.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Scattered clouds then, clear and starlit. Bitter cold. A low minus 5 to minus 20. Little wind.

SUNDAY: Sunny, but well below normal in temperature. A high 5 to 10 above. Light northwest winds.

Looking further Ahead…

SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear. A low 5 above to 15 below.

MONDAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies after frigid morning. A high mid teens to around 20.

TUESDAY: Morning sun, then mostly cloudy. Rising chance for flurries far northern areas late. A low in the single digits. A high mid 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Lots of clouds. Periods of light accumulating snow showers & flurries. A low upper teens to mid 20s. A high 25 to 30.

THURSDAY: Morning snow showers or flurries exiting to increasing sunshine. Blustery and colder. A low 5 above to 5 below. A high 5 to 15 above.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-11-19[end]

Updated Friday morning forecast — January 11th, 2019

TODAY: “Scattered northern mountain flurries this morning,” then more sun than clouds this afternoon with cold wind chills. Temperatures holding in the single digits. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.

TONIGHT: A few clouds but mostly clear and frigid. A low 0 to 10 below. Light northwest wind.

SATURDAY: Few clouds early, then mostly sunny with high cloudiness southern areas late. A high around 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 mph.

Looking further Ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Scattered clouds then, clear and starlit. Bitter cold. A low minus 5 to minus 20 in colder hollows.

SUNDAY: Sunny, but well below normal in temperature. A high 5 to 10 above.

MONDAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies after frigid morning. A low 5 above to 15 below. A high mid teens to around 20.

TUESDAY: Morning sun, then mostly cloudy. Rising chance for flurries far northern areas late. A low near zero degrees. A high mid 20s to near 30.

WEDNESDAY: Cloudy and gray. Periods of light accumulating snow showers & flurries. A low upper teens to mid 20s. A high around 30.

THURSDAY: Morning snow showers or flurries exiting to increasing sunshine. Blustery and colder. A low in the single digits. A high in the teens.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-11-19[end]

Updated Thursday Evening Forecast — January 10th, 2019

Wind Chill Advisory overnight into Friday morning…

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Occasional “light snow showers and flurries”. Dusting to a fluffy couple inches. Frigid. A low 5 below to 5 above. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph lowering wind chills.

TOMORROW: “Diamond dust flurries early,” then more sun than clouds. Bitterly cold wind chills. A high only zero to 5 above. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.

FRIDAY NIGHT: A few clouds but mostly clear and frigid. A low 0 to 10 below. Light northwest wind.

SATURDAY: Few clouds early, then mostly sunny with high cloudiness southern areas late. A high around 5 to 10 above. Northwest winds 10 mph.

Looking further Ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Scattered clouds then, clear and starlit. Bitter cold. A low minus 5 to minus 20 in colder hollows.

SUNDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. A high 5 to 15 above.

MONDAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies after frigid morning. A low 5 above to 10 below. A high upper teens to mid 20s.

TUESDAY: Morning sun then afternoon cloudiness. Rising chance for flurries or light snow showers northern areas late. A low around 10 above. A high around 25.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-10-19[end]

Updated Thursday Morning Forecast — January 10th, 2019

Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories…expire this afternoon.

TODAY: Mainly gray and blustery. Accumulating snow or snow showers. A dusting eastern Vermont valleys with 1 to 2” additional – more across western slopes of the Greens. A high 20 to 25. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Occasional “light snow showers or diamond dust flurries”. A dusting to 2 inches. Frigid. A low 5 below to 5 above. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph with lowered wind chill.

FRIDAY: Mixed sun and clouds. Bitterly cold dangerous wind chills. “Diamond dust flurries minor accumulation,” A high only around 5 above. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.

Looking further Ahead…

FRIDAY NIGHT: A few clouds but mostly clear and frigid. A low 0 to 15 below.

SATURDAY: Arctic-like sunshine with high clouds late. A high Around 10 above.

SUNDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. A low 5 to 15 below with a few colder spots possible. A high 10 to 15 above.

MONDAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies after frigid morning. A low 5 above to 10 below. A high upper teens to mid 20s.

TUESDAY: Morning sun then afternoon cloudiness. Rising chance for flurries or light snow showers northern areas late. A low around 10 above. A high around 25.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-10-19[end]

Updated Wednesday Evening Forecast — January 9th, 2019

Winter Storm Warnings…in effect all except Champlain Valley through Thursday afternoon

TONIGHT: Lots of clouds & blustery at times. Lingering periods of snow showers & valley flurries. Additional accumulation of dusting to 3 inches with the most near the Northern Greens. A low upper teens to mid 20s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.

TOMORROW: Considerable cloudiness. Blustery. Accumulating snow or snow showers. A dusting to 2”. A high 20 to 25. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Occasional “light snow showers or diamond dust flurries”. A dusting to 2 inches. Frigid. A low 5 below to 5 above. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph with lowered wind chill.

FRIDAY: Mixed sun and clouds. Bitterly cold with dangerous wind chills. “Diamond dust flurries with less than an inch accumulation,” A high in the single digits above zero. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.

Looking further Ahead…

FRIDAY NIGHT: A few clouds but mostly clear and frigid. A low 5 to 15 below.

SATURDAY: Arctic-like sunshine with high clouds late. A high 5 to 10 above.

SUNDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. A low 10 to 25 below. A high zero to 10 above.

MONDAY: Bright sunshine and blue skies after frigid morning. A low 10 to 20 below. A high in the low teens.

TUESDAY: Morning sun then afternoon cloudiness. Rising chance for flurries or light snow showers northern areas late. A low 5 above to 5 below. A high rebounding into the 20s.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-9-19[end]

Updated Wednesday morning Forecast — January 9th, 2019

Winter Storm Warnings N. C. VT and N E. Kingdom, spine the Green Mountains…Weather Advisories in effect elsewhere…into Thursday afternoon

TODAY: Gray. Wet snow…occasionally moderate to heavy at times this morning. Snowfall accumulations 3 to 8 inches most across elevated terrain and Green Mountains. Temperatures holding 32 to 35 degrees. West to northwest winds ramping up 10 to 25 mph with some blowing and drifting.

TONIGHT: Lots of clouds & blustery. Lingering mountain snow showers & valley flurries. Additional accumulation of dusting to 3 inches. A low upper teens to mid 20s. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph.

THURSDAY: Considerable cloudiness. Accumulating snow or snow showers. A dusting to 2”. A high 20 to 25. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

Looking further Ahead…

THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Occasional “light snow showers or diamond dust flurries”. A dusting to an inch. Frigid. A low 5 below to 5 above

FRIDAY: Sunshine mixed with a few clouds. Frigid. “Diamond dust flurries”, A high in the single digits above zero.

SATURDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. A low 5 to 15 below. A high 5 to 10 above.

SUNDAY: Arctic-like sunshine. A low 10 to 25 below. A high zero to 10 above.

Average lows single digits. Average highs in the 20s.

RH/1-9-19[end]