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From:
"Wesley A. Wright" <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
Date:
Mon, 7 Apr 2014 15:55:02 -0400
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282 
SXUS41 KBTV 071926
RECBTV
NYZ028>031-034-035-VTZ001>012-016>019-081015-

RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
326 PM EDT MON APR 7 2014

.THE LAKE CHAMPLAIN FORECAST...

.TONIGHT...SOUTH WINDS 10 TO 20 KNOTS...BECOMING SOUTHEAST AFTER
MIDNIGHT. RAIN DEVELOPING THIS EVENING. VISIBILITY LOWERING TO 2
TO 4 MILES.
.TUESDAY...SOUTH WINDS 15 TO 25 KNOTS...BECOMING SOUTHWEST AT 10
TO 20 KNOTS IN THE AFTERNOON. RAIN LIKELY WITH AREAS OF DRIZZLE
IN THE MORNING...THEN SCATTERED SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON. VISIBILITY
2 TO 4 MILES IN THE MORNING...BECOMING GENERALLY UNRESTRICTED IN
THE AFTERNOON.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...NORTHWEST WINDS 10 TO 20 KNOTS. SCATTERED SHOWERS
UNTIL MIDNIGHT. VISIBILITY GENERALLY UNRESTRICTED. 
.WEDNESDAY...NORTHWEST WINDS 10 TO 20 KNOTS. 

WAVES OMITTED DUE TO THE LAKE BEING MOSTLY ICE COVERED.

THE ULTRAVIOLET INDEX FOR TUESDAY WILL BE A 3. THIS IS IN THE MODERATE
CATEGORY.

LATEST LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE DATA FROM AROUND LAKE CHAMPLAIN
                                LEVEL           TEMPERATURE
USGS GAGE AT ROUSES POINT NY    96.53 FEET
USGS GAGE AT BURLINGTON VT      96.57 FEET      35 DEGREES
KING STREET FERRY DOCK          96.48 FEET      36 DEGREES
COLCHESTER REEF                                 MM DEGREES
DIAMOND ISLAND                                  33 DEGREES

&&

.THE HIGHER SUMMITS FORECAST FOR VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK...

.TONIGHT...SUMMITS IN AND OUT OF CLOUDS UNTIL MIDNIGHT...THEN BECOMING
OBSCURED IN CLOUDS. RAIN AND SNOW DEVELOPING THIS EVENING...THEN
RAIN MIXED WITH FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOWS IN
THE UPPER 20S TO MID 30S. SOUTH WINDS 35 TO 50 MPH...BECOMING
SOUTHEAST AT 55 TO 70 MPH AFTER MIDNIGHT. WIND CHILL VALUES IN THE
LOWER TEENS.
.TUESDAY...SUMMITS OBSCURED IN CLOUDS. NUMEROUS RAIN SHOWERS WITH
AREAS OF DRIZZLE. HIGHS IN THE UPPER 30S TO MID 40S. SOUTHWEST
WINDS 35 TO 50 MPH...DECREASING TO 30 TO 40 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...SUMMITS OBSCURED IN CLOUDS. RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
LIKELY UNTIL MIDNIGHT...THEN A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS AFTER
MIDNIGHT. LOWS IN THE LOWER TEENS TO MID 20S. NORTHWEST WINDS 30
TO 45 MPH. WIND CHILL VALUES IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO.
.WEDNESDAY...SUMMITS OBSCURED IN CLOUDS WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS IN THE MORNING...THEN BECOMING PARTLY SUNNY. HIGHS IN THE
UPPER TEENS TO MID 20S. NORTHWEST WINDS 25 TO 35 MPH. WIND CHILL
VALUES IN THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO.

$$

LAHIFF

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