It’s a messy finish to our Tuesday with more rain and snow rolling by this afternoon and evening. Let’s break it down.
Tuesday – Expect more clouds than sun today, though a few breaks of blue sky are possible mid-morning to early afternoon. An area of low pressure will pass late today right along the Canadian border, dragging a cold front through this evening. By late morning, a line of showers approaches from west to east, starting in the St. Lawrence River Valley. As this line nears southern and central Vermont and New Hampshire, there may be some thunder or brief strong wind gusts. High temp, low to mid 40s. South wind 5-10 mph.
Tuesday Night – Rain will mix with, and change to snow over far northern New York and northern Vermont. Similarly to last Friday, some above 1000-1500′ (particularly in the Northeast Kingdom) will pick up 1-3″ of new, slushy snow. A coating on grassy surfaces is possible in broad valleys, but it won’t’ stick around for long. Low 30s.
Wednesday – Mountain snow showers linger, while most enjoy slowly decreasing clouds. Low 40s. Northwest wind 10-20 mph.
Wednesday Night – Partly cloudy. Near 30 degrees.
Thursday – Mostly sunny. Low to mid 40s.
Friday – Increasing clouds with rain returning by the afternoon, overnight into Saturday. Mid to upper 50s.
Have a fantastic day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault