Good morning! Happy Friday!
Snow showers wrap up early Friday morning with clouds slowly clearing throughout the day. Last spots to dry up and clear out? North central Vermont and the Northeast Kingdom. This afternoon, look for partly to mostly sunny skies. The temp holds steady in the low to mid 30s with a breezy northwest wind. That gives us wind chill values in the teens and 20s. Tonight, mostly clear. That wind settles and the temp bottoms out in the low 20s to teens.
This weekend is somewhat unsettled as an area of low pressure nears the St. Lawrence Valley. It’s hardly a washout, though, and hardly a big snow dumper. Early Saturday, clouds increase but a good bit of the day is dry. South winds pick up with some gusts to 30+ mph possible late. Initially mid to late afternoon, a brief wintry mix is possible over higher terrain. For most, light rain fills in overnight into early Sunday. Low 40s both days. Sunday afternoon, a cold front arrives and we’ll finish off this latest round of typical November weather with some light snow across higher terrain.
Have a fabulous weekend!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault