Weather outlook:Chilly, flurries, a cool week aheadNovember 05,2012
Today: Variable clouds, isolated ridgeline flurries. Highs 32-37. NW wind 10-15 mph.
For Tonight and Beyond:
Tonight: Clear. Lows 18-25. Wind diminishing to light and variable.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Highs 35-40. Light, variable wind.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear to start, then increasing high clouds. Lows in the 20s.
Wednesday: Thickening clouds. Slight chance for mixed precipitation towards sunset. Highs 35-43.
Wednesday Night: Valley rain and mountain snow developing. Lows 31-36.
Thursday: Snow or mix to start, changing to mix on ridge lines and cold rain otherwise. Highs 35-41.
Thursday Night: Rain changing back to showers of rain and/or snow. Lows 30-35.
Friday: Mostly cloudy to start with lingering sprinkles or flurries, then partly sunny. Breezy. Highs 42-47.
High pressure ridged from central Ontario to the southern Appalachians will shift slowly eastward through tomorrow, bringing quiet but chilly weather to the state. A compact, potent mid-level cyclone will pass just to our north this afternoon, provoking some clouds and maybe a flurry or two over the far northern Green Mountains through the Northeast Kingdom; tonight and tomorrow will be clear state-wide as the HIGH settles overhead. Looking further ahead, an early season nor’easter will take shape over the northeast Gulf Coast Tuesday morning, then turn up the coast. It’ll bring a bout of mixed precipitation here Wednesday night through Thursday night.MORE IN This Just InThe National Retail Federation, based in Washington, D.C., recently named Rep.Peter Welch, D-Vt. Full Story
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