Snow and rain continue to move away and we’re actually seeing some clouds clear too. Expect that trend to slowly continue overnight. It’ll lead to a quiet night with quickly dropping temperatures; we’ll wake up in the 20s. The quick drop in temps may lead to icy spots on roads, especially the untreated ones. Be careful. Quiet weather continues on Thanksgiving but it’ll be cold. We’ll start the holiday in the teens & 20s and only make it into the 30s but it’ll be partly to mostly sunny and the wind will be light
Thursday night & early Friday, another weak cold front sparks a few snow showers. Accumulation, if any, will be light. About a dusting for those that get it in northern valleys and up to a couple inches over the summits. Most snow gets pinned into the mountains after daybreak Friday before it ends during the afternoon. All the while, it stays cold with highs stuck in the 30s. Over the weekend, it won’t be 100% dry but it won’t be a wash/white out either. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with isolated hits of light rain during the day Saturday. I wouldn’t cancel plans but you should know it’ll be breezy with highs will be in the mid 40s. Saturday night, the light rain switches over to some light snow. Roads may get a little slushy and greasy by Sunday morning, lows hover around 30°. Sunday, off and on snow showers continue with mainly mountain accumulation; highs fall back into the 30s.
Monday, we’re dry, partly sunny and in the mid 30s. By the middle of next week, a weak front slowly sags south out of Canada. The North Country will get spotty rain & snow showers out of it. The more south you go, it’ll be dry and everywhere will be warmer with highs in the 40s.
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker