Vermont, Northern New York and parts of New Hampshire dodged a pretty big bullet this week and that is the fourth Nor’easter in the month of March. Parts of Connecticut and Massachusetts could see upwards of a foot of snow, and all the gust winds and coastal erosion that comes along with Nor’easters.
Here in the North Country, the most we will see from this system is a lot of clouds and a few snow showers, as the bulk of the storm stays off to our south and east. The potential for a few light fluffy inches does exist, especially in the higher elevations but snow fall totals remain below an inch in most locations.
WANTED: SPRING- If you’re looking for Spring I have some good news for you! We finally kick this cold air that’s been hanging around since the weekend and temperatures will start to get closer to average. Average temperature for this time of year in Burlington is 42 degrees.
Friday, the snow showers wrap up in most locations, although a few may linger in the higher elevations. Skies will clear out and temperatures climb into the mid 30’s.
For the weekend, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures climbing to the upper 30’s to low 40’s. A few lingering rain/snow showers may linger but I don’t expect them to ruin any plans.
-Skytracker Meteorologist Haley Bouley