Winter to start the week

Latest storm tracking forecast from meteorologist Steve Caporizzo, Tim Drawbridge and Rob Lindenmuth

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY remains in effect until 7:00 a.m. Tuesday…. for some light dappled winter rainfall…. might produce an inch or 2 coating in spots….

UPDATE:

The winter weather advisory has moved slightly west to include the Capital Region

Quick radar update at 9:45pm on light snow/Friday drizzle/overnight rain – Be careful.

The humidity continues to rise along the east coast…. giving us the possibility of some light mixed precipitation from Albany points to the south and east…. some drier air in the mid-west will continue to head in that direction with the approach of the warm front for the middle of the week….

The Futurecast shows plenty of cloud cover for Tuesday…. but we should see some sunshine…. it will be cool….

predicted high temperatures will range from upper 20s to low and mid 30s….

It will melt a lot next Wednesday…. partly sunny…. high temperatures ranging from mid and upper 30s to lower 40s….

Here is your forecast for tonight and tomorrow/Tuesday….

Not too bad this week…. no big storms… no cold air…. at least until the end of the period….

Today’s Ice Photos

Arlington VT…..Thanks Cully….Also had quite a bit of damage and power outages, especially the northern half of Bennington County from the Thursday night and Friday storm.

Dale D. Schrum