Winter storm will continue to impact the North Country today into tonight.
WINTER STORM WARNINGS valid 5pm EST Tuesday through 7am Thursday for:
St. Lawrence, Franklin, western Clinton and western Essex counties in NY
FLOOD WATCH valid from 7 am Wednesday to 1 am Thursday for:
Essex, Caledonia, Washington, Orange, Windsor, Rutland and eastern Addison counties in Vermont.
Rain will continue from the Champlain Valley east to the Connecticut River Valley throughout the day. There may still be some isolated pockets of freezing rain this morning over eastern Vermont. Snow and mixed precipitation will continue across the remainder of northern New York. Total rainfall amounts over south central and eastern Vermont will be in the 1 to 2 inch range and this will lead to sharp rises on area waterways, but any flooding that were to occur would be very minor.
Total snow accumulations over the Saint Lawrence Valley and northern Adirondacks of New York will be in the 6 to 10 inch range by tonight. The rain changes to snow later today and tonight across Vermont and anywhere from 1 to 4 inches of new snow is expected by late tonight. The falling temperatures tonight will add the potential for icy road conditions in addition to become snow covered once again. At the same time, gusty northwest winds will develop tonight over most northern New York and Vermont. Branches and power lines could be impacted by the wind, new snow, and falling temperatures. Precipitation will gradually come to an end Thanksgiving morning with below normal temperatures expected.
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