The winter storm warning has been downgraded to a winter weather advisory for the eastern
Vermont counties of Caledonia, Essex, Orange and Windsor. The winter weather advisory will be in effect through 11 PM tonight.

Expecting a mix of light rain, drizzle, freezing drizzle, sleet and snow, from the Champlain valley eastward across Vermont. Precipitation should remain all snow from the Adirondacks westward to the Saint Lawrence valley in northern New York. Mixed precipitation will change to  snow tonight.

Radar showing more steadier and heavier precipitation along the Maine and Massachusetts coasts as of 1100  AM EST today. This precipitation will move northwest toward Vermont and northern New York. Expecting this steadier precipitation to move into Vermont between noon and 2 PM EST this afternoon, and then into northern New York between 2 PM and 4 PM this afternoon.

Possible impacts
Snow and any mixed precipitation will lead to difficult driving conditions as well as reduced visibility to below 1 mile at times. Any snow will be heavy and wet and will lead to additional weight on trees and power lines and could result in additional power outages.


Below are links to detailed weather information for the Burlington, Vermont area from the National Weather Service:

You can also view live weather updates on the 42” flat screen TV located across from the Yoga Room on the second floor.