Webcam looking south-southeast from Weathering Heights.
Heads up for - Up to 4 inches of wet slushy snow higher elevations with lesser amounts valleys. Mud Season (Rutty back gravel roads) combines with wet snowfall to make it rather slow going this morning...conditions to improve with a few hours of day light and max temperatures near or slightly above freezing.
.Updated Tuesday morning 3-31-15
The Forecast for North Central Vermont & Northeast Kingdom
TODAY: A leftover morning flurry gives way to partial sunshine. Well below normal in temperature. A high about 32 to 35. Northwest winds 10 mph. (5)
TONIGHT: Mostly clear. A low around 10. Light northwest winds. (5)
WEDNESDAY: Sunny, continued very chilly with a high near 32. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. (4)
The Forecast for Western Vermont from the Champlain Valley into Rutland County
TODAY: A leftover morning flurry gives way to partial sunshine. Well below normal in temperature. A high in the mid 30s to about 40. Northwest winds 10 mph. (5)
TONIGHT: Mostly clear. A low in the teens. Light northwest winds. (5)
WEDNESDAY: Sunny, continued very chilly with a high in the 30s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. (4)
Looking further ahead for both areas
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Fair and partially moonlit. A low in the teens. (3)
THURSDAY: Clouds mixing with intervals of sun. Slight chance for a brief afternoon sprinkle or mountain flurry. More seasonable. A high in the lower 40s. (3)
FRIDAY: Mainly cloudy with a chance for rain showers in the morning. Intervals of afternoon sun and much milder. A low 35. A high in the upper 40s to low 50s. (3)
Full Pink Moon 8:06 AM Saturday
SATURDAY: Cloudy. Chance for rain or wet snow…possibly a few to several inches in the higher terrain. Temperatures in the 30s, falling into the 20s. (2)
Average low in the mid 20s. Normal high around 45.
(Confidence factor: 5 = Good predictability 1 = shaky modeling lowered confidence) RH/3-31
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