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7 Day Forecast

Wednesday

Wednesday
Clear
36°F | 25°F

Thursday

Thursday
Partly Cloudy
53°F | 31°F

Friday

Friday
Chance Mix
51°F | 31°F

Saturday

Saturday
Snow
32°F | 12°F

Sunday

Sunday
Snow
27°F | 7°F

Monday

Monday
Light Snow
34°F | 6°F

Tuesday

Tuesday
Light Mix
37°F | 30°F

Current Conditions

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Clear
  • High: 36°F
  • Low: 25°F
  • Sunrise: 6:32 AM EDT
  • Sunset: 7:20 PM EDT
  • Feels Like: 25°F
  • Wind Chill: 25°F
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • Dew Point: 12°
  • Relative Humidity: 57%

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Forecast Discussion

Current forecast and discussion.
Another month in 2015 is in the books and it was loaded with weather ups and downs. It's another month that will finish much colder than average but we were able to hit 50° once on March 11. On to April! It's going to start on the cold side with morning lows in the teens; Northeast Kingdom and Adirondacks will be around 10° or below Wednesday morning. Dry air and high pressure will be in control leading to lots of sun through Wednesday afternoon; highs stay cool in the middle 30s.

Thursday is the day you've been waiting for. A warm front will be lifting north through the afternoon. As it does, clouds and south winds will increase. The south wind will pull in highs close to 50° despite plenty of clouds. A few rain or snow showers can't be ruled out over the northern mountains during the day but most stay dry while the sun is up. As the sun sets rain showers will start and become more widespread Thursday night into Friday. Rain could be heavy at times through Friday morning's drive; morning lows will be near 40°. Rain will continue off and on through Friday afternoon but there may be a break in the action after lunch, especially across northern areas. Friday afternoon highs will be well into the 50s, some may even touch 60°. Friday night, a quick moving area of low pressure will pass through. This one will bring widespread rain, snow and gusty winds to everyone. It'll last through Saturday evening, right now it's a bit early to estimate snow totals but in the current set up, northern mountains could get several inches. It all depends on where the coldest air sets up with the highest moisture; we'll be watching.

So, the first half of Easter Weekend will be messy, the second half will be dry but cold. Temperatures will likely be in the teens & low 20s at sunrise on Easter Sunday. Snow will be done Sunday, skies will be partly to mostly sunny through the afternoon but highs will only be in the low 30s. The start of next week will be dry and slightly less cold, highs Monday will get near 40°. Tuesday, another system approaches bringing rain and snow showers.

April is here and the weather is active!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker

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