Hope everyone had a safe commute this morning, and that you didn’t run too late either. Snow showers are still about this Monday afternoon, but coming to an end likely before midnight. A weak ridge of high pressure is moving in for our Tuesday, which means calm weather is expected. Since it’s a weak area of high pressure don’t expect too much in the way of clearing skies, expect partly to mostly cloudy. Though areas across central and southern Vermont and New Hampshire you will see party to mostly sunny conditions during Tuesday afternoon.
Late Tuesday night our next fast moving and weak disturbance arrives, likely as a mix of light rain and snow. Timing for this next system is to come in during the overnight hours and potentially just in time for the ride to work and school for Wednesday. Plan ahead now, could expect a solid dusting up to 2″ of new snow. By Wednesday afternoon we should be on the tail end, with the showers ending and highs reaching near 40°.
Late week our weather is some what on the quiet side, with partly cloudy skies and scattered snow showers. While we aren’t under the influence of any major systems, we will have a westerly flow that could allow for pop up light snow flurries. Temperatures will be seasonable for the end of the week with overnight lows in the 20s and day time highs in the 30s. A blast of cold air is expect for this weekend, some of the coldest air of the season. Partly cloudy come Saturday and Sunday with occasional flurries, overnight lows in the low teens and daytime highs in the mid 20s.
Tonight: A few isolated flurries, other than that, mostly cloudy. Overnight lows range from the upper 20s to low 30s. Wind: Light and Variable.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy, with a spot mountain flurry. Daytime highs reach mid to upper 30s. Wind: South 5-10mph.
Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds, mostly cloudy. Overnight lows fall to low 30s.
Wednesday: Wintry mix returns early and last through the morning commute. Scattered rain and snow ends during early afternoon hours. Expecting a dusting to a couple inches of new snow. Daytime highs reach near 40°. Wind: South 10-15mph.
Have a great night!
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher