Following the first blast of wintry weather over the weekend, it's a cool and crisp start to the work week. Temperatures on Monday reach the mid to upper 40s - yes, that's it - with a brisk northwest wind of 5-15 mph. Expect a mix of sun and clouds through late afternoon, with low clouds filling back in by this evening.
Monday night and Tuesday, Mother Nature will be adding to that snow pack. Occasional, passing valley rain and mountain snow showers can be expected through Tuesday night, with additional accumulation of a dusting up to 2-3" in the Adirondacks, Green Mountains and Northeast Kingdom. Monday night low temp, near 30 degrees. Tuesday high temp, low to mid 40s.
On Wednesday, we'll find some sunshine before another strong low pressure system approaches Thursday. Despite seeing less clouds and more sun shining down on us, it's still a very chilly day with a high temp in the low 40s.
Thursday afternoon, a line of rain/snow mix will develop and move from southwest to northeast. While heavy, wet flakes will fly even in valley spots, accumulation will likely again be limited to spots above 1000'. That being said, several inches of snow is possible across higher terrain Thursday night. Friday, warm air advection will likely change snow over to rain. High temp, near 50 degrees.
This very active, progressive pattern continues into the weekend with yet another system making itself known in the North Country.
Have a fantastic Monday!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist
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