December 13, 2013
The forecast for all of Vermont, and adjoining New Hampshire, New York, Quebec, and Massachusetts:
545 AM EST
WINTER STORM WATCH FOR THE ENTIRE US LISTENING REGION FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SUNDAY (AM SOUTH/PM NORTH)
WIND CHILL ADVISORY 7 AM TO 7PM TODAY FOR THE ADIRONDACKS
TODAY: Clouds and snow showers north diminishing by mid-morning; decreasing clouds thereafter. Variable clouds southwest VT, eastern NY, and nw MA through midday with a good chance for a snow shower. East of the southern Greens, mostly sunny with a slight chance for a flurry or brief snow shower. Highs in the upper single digits to lower teens northern mountains, low to mid teens northern valleys, and low to mid 20s south. Wind west-northwest 10-15 mph, occasionally gusting to 25-30 mph.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear north, and clear, followed by increasing clouds late south . Lows 0-10B Champlain Valley; 5B-15B elsewhere north, 0-10A south. North to northwest winds 5 to 15 mph diminishing to light and variable.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny through midday north. Becoming cloudy south with a chance of AM flurries south. Increasing PM clouds north. Light snow developing from south to north during the afternoon, reaching the international border around sunset. Highs in the low mid teens north, mid teens to around 20 south. Light variable wind.
Saturday Nt: Snow—possibly heavy at times especially after midnight. Lows 8-15.
Sunday: Snow tapering to flurries south with partial PM clearing. Snow gradually tapering to snow showers north. Highs in the 20s.
Sunday Nt: Snow diminishing to flurries early north. Otherwise partly cloudy. Lows 3-13.
Monday: Partly cloudy. Highs 10-20.
Monday Nt: Fair. Lows 5A-5B zero.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for light snow. Highs in the 20s.
SIGNIFICANT/HAZARDOUS WEATHER: Snow showers could affect travel conditions this morning. Light to moderate snow across the north will likely affect travel from Saturday night through Sunday; snow from Saturday afternoon to Sunday morning could be heavy at times in the south.