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March 11, 2018

Archived Detailed Forecast

March 11, 2018

March 11, 2018 Night

Partly cloudy. Lows 15-25. Wind diminishing to light and variable.

March 12, 2018

Partly to mostly cloudy. Highs 33-42. Light, variable wind becoming light southeast.

March 12, 2018 Night

Mostly cloudy with scattered to numerous snow showers developing. Lows 25-30. Light north wind developing.

Significant/Hazardous Weather

None Monday. WINTER STORM WATCH ALL OF MASSACHUSETTS, AND BENNINGTON/WINDHAM COUNTIES OF VERMONT MONDAY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON OR EVENING; AND ALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE MONDAY EVENING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING

Archived Extended Forecast

March 11, 2018

March 11, 2018 Night

Partly cloudy. Lows 15-25. Wind diminishing to light and variable.

March 12, 2018

Partly to mostly cloudy. Highs 33-42. Light, variable wind becoming light southeast.

March 12, 2018 Night

Mostly cloudy with scattered to numerous snow showers developing. Lows 25-30. Light north wind developing.

March 13, 2018

Snow. Accumulation by evening 8-12” central and southern New Hampshire; 4-10” eastern Vermont, northern New Hampshire, and Eastern Townships, and 2-6” west of the Green Mountains—greatest on the eastern slopes of the Adirondacks. Highs 29-35. North wind 8-15 mph, except increasing to 12-25 mph southeast Vermont and southern half of New Hampshire.

March 13, 2018 Night

Snow. Moderate accumulation possible roughly northeast of I-89; light accumulation roughly southwest of I-89. Lows 23-28.

March 14, 2018

Snow far north, additional light to moderate accumulation possible. Snow showers elsewhere, light accumulation possible. Highs 28-37.

March 14, 2018 Night

Snow showers likely, except snow northern mountains. Lows in the 20s.

March 15, 2018

Light snow likely northern mountains; snow showers likely northern valleys and southern mountains; scattered snow showers or flurries southern valleys. Highs 29-39.

Significant/Hazardous Weather

None Monday. WINTER STORM WATCH ALL OF MASSACHUSETTS, AND BENNINGTON/WINDHAM COUNTIES OF VERMONT MONDAY EVENING THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON OR EVENING; AND ALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE MONDAY EVENING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING

Archived Recreational Forecast

General:

MONDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy. Highs 33-42. Light, variable wind becoming light southeast.

Brief:

The week will get off to a quiet start, weather-wise with a weak, default ridge of high pressure parked overhead on Monday. Its influence will wane quickly late that day and overnight, however, as two bundles of energy in different branches of the polar jet stream begin to interact to our west. Low pressure over the Tennessee Valley Monday morning will jump to the mid-Atlantic coast by Monday evening, then deepen explosively overnight and Tuesday while hooking northeastward in response to the approach of energy in the northern branch of the polar jet stream from the Great Lakes. Though the surface low will stay just far enough offshore to spare all but far eastern New Hampshire from its worst effects, a deep-layered upper level cyclone sliding in from western New York State tomorrow and across southern New England Wednesday will interact with the intense ocean storm, pull in copious Atlantic moisture, and should lead to a long period of snow over the whole region. Eastern and northern parts of the region are likely to see moderate to heavy accumulations, with light to moderate amounts over the southwestern quarter.

Winds:

Monday: Light and variable. On Lake Champlain, the National Weather Service forecast is for light and variable wind on Monday. Waves nearly calm on Monday. For further information on lake levels and water temperatures consult http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=BTV&product=REC&issuedby=BTV

Mountain:

Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Monday Nt: Becoming overcast, rising chance for snow late. Tuesday: Snow.

Winds March 11, 2018 March 12, 2018 March 13, 2018
2000ft Lt/Vbl NE-N inc to 10-20 mph
4000ft NE-E 5 mph E-NE 20-30 mph
6000ft NW 10 > E 5-10 mph E-ENE 25-30 mph
Temperatures March 11, 2018 March 12, 2018 March 13, 2018
2000ft Nr 35 28-31
4000ft Nr 25 20-23
6000ft Nr 16 Nr 12

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