National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Snow Squalls Possible Mid to Late This Afternoon Across Northern New York and Northern Vermont

Snow squalls ahead of a strong arctic front will be possible mid to late this afternoon across northern New York and northern Vermont. Gusty winds up to 35 mph will coincide with moderate to heavy snowfall to create near whiteout conditions. In addition, temperatures will plummet following the passage of the front which could create slick and icy conditions for the evening commute. Read More >

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Sky Cover Legend: IO = In and out of clouds, OB= Obscured in clouds, AB= Above the clouds


  Standard Enhanced
Mount Ascutney
Belvidere Mountain
Breadloaf Mountain
Burke Mountain
Camels Hump
Dorset Mountain
Mount Ellen
Jay Peak
Killington Peak
Ludlow Mountain
Mount Mansfield
Monadnock Mountain
Signal Mountain
Mount Worcester
  Standard Enhanced
Ampersand Mountain
Mount Arab
Blue Ridge Mountain
Cascade Mountain
Debar Mountain
Dix Mountain
Fishing Brook Range
Giant Mountain
Lyon Mountain
Mount Marcy
McKenzie Mountain
Pharaoh Mountain
Santanoni Peak
St. Regis Mountain
Vanderwhacker Mountain
Whiteface Mountain