Our comfortable period of the past few days is now over. Today’s return through mid-week will be a wintry sensation with brisk northerly winds, cooler temperatures and scattered snow showers. Speaking of which, a few flurries and light flurries are possible today, especially on higher ground. Slippery sections are likely this morning until early afternoon. However, partly sunny skies return to the forecast this afternoon with highs in the 30s and wind chills between the teens and 20s.
As we sail through the night into Wednesday morning you may notice a few fair weather clouds and those winds finally ease. This will be good news for temperatures tomorrow afternoon, with many of us resurfacing in our 30s and 40s. Nonetheless, a new disturbance will make its way through the North Country, Upper Valley and Southern VT/NH Wednesday evening through overnight. A general two inch dusting seems likely for many with 2-4″+ on medium to high slopes. Some of our far southern communities from Bennington Counties to Windham Counties may experience isolated amounts of 4 to 8 inches. Drive carefully and stay informed of the weather well into the middle of the week.