This morning’s snowfall certainly had winter vibes running rampant, and they will again for many Thursday morning. In the meantime, the sun makes a brief appearance Wednesday.
Tonight – Clouds begin to break apart as the temp drops into the 20s. There may be some patchy black ice on untreated roads and paved surfaces.
Wednesday – Mostly sunny throughout the morning with increasing clouds by the afternoon. Wind, light from the northwest. Cool and seasonable, 30s to near 40 degrees.
Wednesday Night – After midnight, a wave passes to our south with a brief period of light snow. Another quick coating to 0.5″ through broad valleys and 1-2″ above 1500′ may be possible. Southern Green Mountain peaks could pick up around 4″ of snow early Thursday morning. Low 30s.
Thursday – Morning snow mixes with and then changes to a drizzle as the temp soars into the mid to upper 40s, again thanks to a breezy south wind. By the afternoon, it’s much drier, though clouds linger.
Thursday Night – Rain returns, but it remains mild. Mid 30s to low 40s.
Friday – Periods of rain with a top temp in the 60s regionwide. South wind 15-25 mph, with stronger gusts possible.
Friday Night – Monitoring for a flash freeze on area roadways as the temp plummets to near 30 degrees.
Saturday & Sunday – Mostly to partly sunny. A few overnight clouds could squeeze out a handful of flurries, just like we saw last weekend. Colder than average. Mid to upper 30s daytime with nighttime lows in the teens.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
-Skytracker Chief Meteorologist Amanda Thibault