National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

FLOOD WATCH: Minor to locally moderate flooding possible due to snowmelt, rainfall, and record warm temperatures

Temperatures well above seasonal averages will continue to contribute to snowmelt across the North Country. Temperatures will reach the upper 50s to mid 60s in many areas on Saturday. A cold front moving in late in the day will result in a half inch to one inch of rainfall. The most significant threat of flooding will occur late Saturday and Saturday night. Read More >

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Vermont
Sites NAM 12km
hourly to 84 hrs
GFS 40km
3 hourly to 180 hrs
RAP 13km
hourly to 18 hrs
WRF 4km
hourly to 60 hrs
SREF
hourly to 84 hrs
Burlington
Montpelier
Morrisville  
St. Johnsbury
Rutland
Springfield
Jay Peak
Alburgh        
Canaan        
Colchester Reef        
Diamond Island        
Burton Island        
Newport        
Jericho        
Underhill        
Mt. Mansfield        
Rutland City        

New York
Sites NAM 12km
hourly to 84 hrs
GFS 40km
3 hourly to 180 hrs
RAP 13km
hourly to 18 hrs
WRF 4km
hourly to 60 hrs
SREF
hourly to 84 hrs
Plattsburgh
Saranac Lake
Massena
Ogdensburg
Fort Drum  
Glens Falls  
Albany  
Poughkeepsie  
Lake Ontario East  
Newcomb        
Ticonderoga        
Star Lake        
Gouverneur        
Malone        

New Hampshire
Sites NAM 12km
hourly to 84 hrs
GFS 40km
3 hourly to 180 hrs
RAP 13km
hourly to 18 hrs
WRF 4km
hourly to 60 hrs
SREF
hourly to 84 hrs
Lebanon, NH
Mt. Washington, NH      

Canada
Sites NAM 12km
hourly to 84 hrs
GFS 40km
3 hourly to 180 hrs
RAP 13km
hourly to 18 hrs
WRF 4km
hourly to 60 hrs
SREF
hourly to 84 hrs
McGill