Snow trails off Friday evening, with only western slope and mountainous terrain light snow showers or flurries lingering past midnight. Elsewhere, clouds begin to clear as a northwest wind gets cranking at 10-25 mph, gusting to 30-40 mph. Wind chill values by Saturday morning could range anywhere from -5° to around -20°.
Last flakes fly near Jay Peak and likely in Essex County, Vt. Saturday morning. Then, it’s all sunshine with that brisk wind settling to out of the west at 5-15 mph. Saturday night, we’re calm, clear and cold with a low in the single digits or teens subzero north and from -5° to 10° south. Sunday, morning sun is on tap, but clouds increase again as a weak wave moves in to bring light rain and snow by Monday.
Have a great weekend! Stay warm!