Weather Blog: Snow is out… cold is in

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Flakes are still flying across Vermont New York and New Hamshire. Roads are slick in spots, especially the secondary and back roads so take it slow as you head out the door for your Thursday. 

Snow showers will continue through the day today, but will slowly become more confined to the higher elevations and the mountains. So how much more snowfall accumulations are we talking? I think the valleys could see up to another inch of snow, higher elevations could see another 4 inches.

Temperatures out there right now are about as warm as your going to get for the next 4 days. Falling from the 20’s to the teens by the afternoon hours. Combine that with winds blowing from the northwest at 15-25 MPH will making windchills feel like the single digits even below zero in some spots.

Snow showers will linger in a few spots overnight but temperatures will plummet into the single digits and windchill will feel closer to -20 to -30 degrees. BITTERLY COLD! Make sure you’re bundled up as you head out the door tomorrow morning, any exposed skin could start to see signs of frostbite within minutes at those temperatures.

High pressure remains in control so we’ll remain dry but arctic air stays with us through the weekend, with some places in the NEK and Adirondacks barely making it out of the single digits, withwindchills still well below zero!

Stay Warm!

-Meteorologist Haley Bouley

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