Good morning! Happy Fri-YAY!
Light snow and valley rain close out the work week as a warm front and cold front cruise by. These showers shouldn’t create too much trouble on the roads, but a few slick spots are certainly possible. It’s mainly light rain to the tune of a few hundredths of an inch up to one-quarter of an inch in larger valleys; but above 1000′, a rain/snow mix or all snow could put down a slushy coating to 1-2″. Mountain summits see 3-6″ by Saturday morning. Showers will wind down slowly this afternoon as the temp briefly hits the mid 30s to around 40 degrees, before beginning to fall overnight. South wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 30 mph.
Saturday, any early morning summit snow wraps up, with clouds gradually peeling back. A partly sunny day is accompanied by a northwest wind of 10-15 mph with a high in the low 30s. Near 10 degrees Saturday night and mostly clear, then sunny on Sunday reaching the low 20s. Monday, Presidents’ Day, clouds roll back in with light snow showers or flurries possible over the higher elevations of central and southern Vermont and New Hampshire. Low 20s.
TGIF! Have a phenomenal weekend!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault