Hello folks, how are you enjoying the first taste of winter? That area of low pressure that provided us with the rain, then snow has moved well to the northeast. Leaving many now under mostly clear skies for the remainder of Sunday. Strong westerly winds will continue to hold strong into the late evening and diminishing into the day on Monday. Cooler air will continue to funnel in from Canada this week, leaving us almost ten degrees below average this week. While we have no significant weather makers for the first half of the week, a few weak disturbances will swing on by providing clouds and a few rain and snow showers. By late week, a cold front will bring in more rain by Friday, with rain lingering into the day on Saturday.
Tonight: Decreasing clouds, overnight lows fall to the low and mid 30s. Wind NW 5-10mph.
Monday: Partly cloudy to the north, with increasing clouds to the south as a weak disturbance swings across southern Vermont. An isolated sprinkle of flurry possible. Daytime high mid to upper 40s. Wind: NW 15mph.
Monday Night: Clouds about with an occasional mountain flurry or sprinkle. Overnight low fall to the low and mid 30s.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy, an isolated sprinkle of flurry possible. Daytime high mid 40s.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, an isolated sprinkle of flurry possible. Daytime high low 40s.
Thursday: Mix of sun and clouds, dry conditions. Daytime high upper 40s near 50°.
Friday: Rain with mountain snow likely, daytime high near 50°.
Have a great week!
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher
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