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A mix of snow and sleet tonight; Winter Weather Advisories for central and eastern Vermont

Snow will develop this evening from southwest to northeast across northern New York and Vermont, becoming steady for the overnight hours. Snow will mix with sleet after midnight, especially from the Champlain Valley westward. Snow and sleet accumulations generally 3-5" east of the Green Mtns, and 1-3" for the Champlain Valley and northern NY. Look for slippery travel overnight into Thursday AM. Read More >

Latest Aviation Forecast Discussion
.AVIATION /15Z WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/...
Through 12z Thursday...Dry/VFR conditions will persist thru 02Z
Thursday with developing S-SW winds at 5-10kt. Thereafter, an
approaching warm front will bring developing steady snow from 
SW-NE with vsby falling into the 1-2SM range between 02-03Z 
Thursday. Will see general IFR snowfall continue through 08-09Z 
before mixing with sleet and possible brief freezing rain toward
daybreak Thursday. Once the transition to mixed precipitation
occurs, should see general MVFR cigs/vsby conditions 09-12Z. For
tonight, winds will locally shift into the northeast at KMSS
with St. Lawrence Valley channeled flow regime. HIR TRRN OBSCD 
02-12Z Thursday. Anticipate low-moderate impacts to aviation 
ground ops early Thursday morning owing to accumulation of snow 
and sleet (mainly 1-3" at the TAF sites).

Outlook...

Thursday: Mainly VFR, with areas MVFR possible. Chance RA, Chance
FZRA, Chance SN.
Thursday Night: Mainly VFR, with local MVFR possible. Slight
chance SHSN.
Friday: Mainly VFR, with local MVFR possible. Slight chance SHSN.
Friday Night: Mainly VFR, with local MVFR possible. NO SIG WX.
Saturday: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Saturday Night: VFR. Chance SN.
Sunday: Mainly MVFR, with local IFR possible. Likely RA, Likely
SN.

CWSU Impacts TAF Board
For situational awareness. Not to be used for flight planning purposes.
IDs:
Potential Impact None Slight Moderate High
Valid at: 1700 UTC 20 Feb 2019
TimeOBS20/17Z20/18Z20/19Z20/20Z20/21Z20/22Z20/23Z21/00Z21/01Z21/02Z21/03Z21/04Z21/05Z>>
KBTV                       WX WX WX
KMPV                       WX WX WX
KRUT                     WX WX WX WX
KPBG                       WX WX WX
KSLK                       WX WX WX
KMSS                       WX WX WX
TimeOBS20/17Z20/18Z20/19Z20/20Z20/21Z20/22Z20/23Z21/00Z21/01Z21/02Z21/03Z21/04Z21/05Z

NOTE: TEMPO conditions in [brackets]. Keep in mind TEMPO conditions might be better (lower impact) than prevailing conditions.

For situational awareness. Not to be used for flight planning purposes.


TAFs AIRMETs
BTV ~ Burlington, VT text graphical
PBG ~ Plattsburgh, NY text graphical
MPV ~ Montpelier, VT text graphical
RUT ~ Rutland, VT text graphical
MSS ~ Massena, NY text graphical
SLK ~ Saranac Lake, NY text graphical
SIERRA
(IFR Mountain Obscuration)
text graphical
TANGO
(Turbulence)
text graphical
ZULU
(Icing)
text graphical


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