With the snow falling overnight, it will also be windy, so be alert for reduced visibility if you plan on traveling. The steadiest snow will fall from about 5 PM to 1 AM. Temperatures hold steady in the 20s during that time, and in some spots the southerly wind may actually boost temperatures a few degrees. A bit of mixing is possible in Southern Vermont as a a result.
Most of the precipitation will be done by the Wednesday morning commute, but a few spotty rain or snow showers are still possible. Most places will be waking up to 2-4" of snow, but isolated totals up to 6" are possible in the high terrain near the Greens, Whites, and in the Northeast Kingdom. Highs on Wednesday climb to around 40 with some sunshine developing with time.
We're quiet and in the teens and 20s for highs on both Thursday and Friday.
A few snow showers move through Saturday, but otherwise the weekend will feature near normal temperatures in the 30s.
-Meteorologist Michael Page