TONIGHT: A number of clouds and a bit blustery. Scattered mountain snow showers and valley flurries primarily north of the Barre-Montpelier space late night on. A minor coating of snow in spots. A low mid to higher 20s. Southwest winds shifting to northwesterly in a single day 10 to twenty mph.
TOMORROW: Just a few leftover northern mountain flurries exiting early, in any other case intervals of solar combined with clouds. A excessive mid to higher 30s. Gentle southwest winds.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Principally cloudy.Scattered mountain snow showers & valley flurries northern areas. Accumulations dusting to an inch. A low close to 25. Gentle southwest winds.
WEDNESDAY: Principally cloudy. Possibly just a few flurries, early, and once more late. A excessive within the higher 30s. West to northwest winds 10 mph.
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WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Principally cloudy. Slight likelihood for a flurry. A low 20 to 25.
THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY: “Choose of the week” Extra clouds than solar. A excessive higher 30s to close 40.
FRIDAY: Primarily grey. Rising likelihood for rain showers mixing with accumulating moist snow within the larger terrain. A low 25 to 30. A excessive within the low to mid 40s.
SATURDAY: Just a few morning flurries, exiting to rising afternoon sunshine.
Common lows low to mid 20s. Common highs higher 30s to mid-40s