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SKIVT-L  March 2005, Week 2

SKIVT-L March 2005, Week 2

Subject:

Daily Morning Vermont Weather

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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>

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FPUS51 KBTV 080845
ZFPBTV

ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
345 AM EST TUE MAR 8 2005


VTZ006-008-010-016-017-082200-
LAMOILLE-WASHINGTON-ORANGE-EASTERN FRANKLIN-EASTERN CHITTENDEN-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...JOHNSON...STOWE...MONTPELIER...BRADFORD...
RANDOLPH...ENOSBURG FALLS...RICHFORD...UNDERHILL
345 AM EST TUE MAR 8 2005

...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 7 AM EST THIS MORNING TO 7 AM
EST WEDNESDAY...

.TODAY...RAIN...FREEZING RAIN OR SNOW EARLY...CHANGING TO ALL SNOW
BY MID MORNING. SNOW MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES THIS AFTERNOON WITH AN
ACCUMULATION OF 3 TO 6 INCHES BY EVENING. BRISK WITH MORNING HIGHS
IN THE LOWER TO MID 30S...THEN TEMPERATURES FALLING THROUGH THE 20S
THIS AFTERNOON. NORTHWEST WINDS 10 TO 15 MPH...INCREASING TO 15 TO
25 MPH THIS AFTERNOON.
.TONIGHT...SNOW. SNOW MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES THROUGH EARLY MORNING.
TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATION 6 TO 12 INCHES. WINDY AND COLDER WITH
CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW. LOWS 5 TO 10 ABOVE.
NORTHWEST WINDS 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 40 MPH.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE MORNING.
BRISK AND COLD WITH TEMPERATURES STEADY AROUND 10 ABOVE. WEST WINDS
15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 35 MPH EARLY. CHANCE OF SNOW 30
PERCENT.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. LOWS AROUND ZERO. WEST WINDS 5 TO
10 MPH.
.THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. HIGHS IN THE LOWER 20S. WEST WINDS 5 TO
10 MPH.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. LOWS 5 TO 10 ABOVE.
.FRIDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW. HIGHS IN
THE LOWER TO MID 30S.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW. LOWS AROUND
20.
.SATURDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW. HIGHS
AROUND 30.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS. LOWS AROUND 10 ABOVE.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
HIGHS AROUND 30.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS AROUND 10 ABOVE.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. HIGHS AROUND 30.

$$




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FXUS61 KBTV 080958
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
458 AM EST TUE MAR 8 2005

.SHORT TERM (TODAY THROUGH FRIDAY)...
ANOTHER VERY ACTIVE WX DAY ON TAP FOR MUCH OF THE NORTH COUNTRY.
LATEST SYNOPTIC MAP INDICATES SHARP FRONTAL BNDRY DIVIDING MILD AIR
OF GULF COAST ORIGINS FROM TRUE ARCTIC AIR ACROSS NRN PORTIONS OF
FSCT AREA. PRECIP HAS BEEN STREAMING NORTH AND EAST ALONG THIS BNDRY
OVERNIGHT...WITH RAIN AHEAD...AND FZRA/PL/SN BEHIND. INITIAL SHALLOW
NATURE OF COLD AIR BEHIND FRONT HAS LED TO PERIOD OF FZRA/PL ACROSS
CENTRAL/NRN CHVLY EARLY THIS MORNING...LEADING TO VERY SLICK ROAD
CONDITIONS. WILL ADVERTISE POTENTIAL FOR SOME FZRA/PL FROM POINTS
SOUTH AND EAST OF KBTV THIS MORNING.

MAIN WX FEATURE TODAY WILL BE INTENSE CYCLOGENESIS OCCURRING JUST
OFFSHORE OF THE MID ATLANTIC STATES. SFC LOW TO BOMB OUT AS IT
TRACKS NORTHEAST TO NEAR CAPE COD...AND THEN INTO CENTRAL/EASTERN ME
OVERNIGHT. LATEST OP GFS DROPS LOW/S SFC PRESS 22MB IN 18 HRS FROM
12Z TODAY THROUGH 06Z WED. VERY DYNAMIC SITUATION WILL EVOLVE AS A
RESULT...WITH INTENSE MID LVL FGEN/OMEGA FIELDS SUPERIMPOSED OVER
AMPLE RH/SNOW GROWTH REGION. UNCERTAINTY LIES IN HOW FAR WEST
PRECIP SHIELD WILL EXTEND...WITH ETA FURTHER EAST...GFS FURTHER
WEST...AND CANADIAN IN BTWN. WENT WITH A BLEND OF THE 00Z GFS/ETA
QPF SOLN HERE...WHICH APPEARS TO BE A GOOD COMPROMISE. EXPECTING A
GENERAL 4 TO 8 INCH SNOWFALL ACROSS WESTERN VT...AND INCREASINGLY
HIGHER AMNTS AS ONE HEADS INTO EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE.
FURTHER WEST...AMTS TAPER OFF RATHER QUICKLY. OF ADDITIONAL CONCERN
WILL BE INCREASING SFC GRADIENT AS LOW NEARS AND SWINGS BY EAST OF
VT LATER TONIGHT. LATEST SOUNDING PROFILES FROM BOTH THE ETA AND
THE GFS INDICATING STEEP LOW LVL LAPSE RATES WHICH WILL RESULT IN
STRONG DOWNWARD MOMENTUM TRANSPORT. NW FLOW BTWN 20-30 MPH WITH
GUSTS AROUND 40 MPH LOOK REASONABLE HERE. THUS CONSIDERABLE BLOWING
AND DRIFTING SNOW EXPECTED...WHICH WILL LEAD TO FURTHER TRAVEL
HEADACHES. SEE WSWBTV FOR SPECIFICS ON LATEST ADVS/WRNGS ACROSS
AREA.

AS INTENSE LOW CONTINUES TO PUSH NORTH INTO CANADIAN MARITIMES ON
WEDNESDAY...ANY MORNING SHSN SHOULD WANE BY THE AFTERNOON HOURS.
TEMPS TO REMAIN UNSEASONABLY COLD WITH MOST AREAS REMAINING BTWN 10
AND 20 DEG FOR AFT HIGHS. WINDS TO REMAIN GUSTY IN THE MORNING...
THEN SLOWLY ABATE BY TOMORROW AFTERNOON.

WED NT ONWARD...MAINLY LEFT THIS PORTION OF THE FCST AS IS. MEAN
WESTERLY FLOW ALONG WITH A SLOW MODERATING TREND IN TEMPS SHOULD
OCCUR DURING THE WED NT THROUGH FRI TIME FRAME. WILL MAINTAIN A
SLIGHT TO LOW CHC SHSN DURING WED NT/THU MAINLY DUE TO DOWNWIND
TRANSPORT OF GREAT LAKES MOISTURE. BY FRI ANOTHER ALBEIT MUCH WEAKER
SYSTEM PUSHES INTO AREA WITH DECENT CHANCE FOR LIGHT SNOWS.
&&


.LONG TERM (FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY)...
NO CHANGES TO EXTENDED PORTIONS OF FCST AT THIS TIME. WILL MAINTAIN
CHC SN/SHSN INTO THE WEEKEND AS BROAD TROUGHING AND OFFSHORE
CYCLOGENESIS THROW SOME BACKLASH LIGHT SNOWS INTO THE AREA.
&&

.AVIATION (06Z-06Z)...
COLD FRONT MOVING INTO THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY AT THIS TIME. EXPECT A
GRADUAL CHANGEOVER FROM RAIN TO SNOW ACROSS THE REGION THIS
MORNING. HIGHER TERRAIN WILL REMAIN OBSCURED IN CLOUDS AND
PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE PERIOD. CEILINGS AND VSBYS WILL LOWER TO
IFR IN SNOW ACROSS MOST OF NORTHERN NEW YORK AND VERMONT BY
15Z...WITH AREAS OF LIFR VSBYS AND CEILINGS AT TIMES. A LOW PRESSURE
AREA WILL INTENSIFY RAPIDLY OFF THE MID ATLANTIC COAST EARLY THIS
AFTERNOON AND BE NEAR CAPE COD BY 00Z TONIGHT. TONIGHT AS THE LOW
PRESSURE AREA CONTINUES TO DEEPEN RAPIDLY OVER THE GULF OF
MAINE...THE PRESSURE GRADIENT WILL TIGHTEN ACROSS THE REGION AND THE
WIND SPEEDS WILL INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY. AFTER 00Z TONIGHT EXPECTING
SUSTAINED NORTHWEST SURFACE WINDS OF 25 KNOTS TO DEVELOP OVER MOST
OF THE REGION WITH GUSTS TO 35 KNOTS. THIS WILL RESULT IN BLOWING
AND DRIFTING OF SNOW WHICH WILL LOWER VSBYS AT TIMES.
&&


.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...WINTER STORM WARNING VTZ003-004-006>008-010-012-016>019
     FROM 7 AM TUE TIL 7 AM WED.
     WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY VTZ001-002-005-009-011
     FROM 7 AM TUE TIL 7 AM WED.
NY...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NYZ028-030-031-034-035
     FROM 7 AM TUE TIL 7 AM WED.
&&

$$

PUBLIC...JMG
AVIATION...WGH














FXUS61 KBTV 080358 CCA
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
1054 PM EST MON MAR 7 2005

.SHORT TERM...
MINOR UPDATE TO FORECAST TO REMOVE WORDING/PRECIPITATION TYPE FROM
EARLIER PORTION OF THE FORECAST.  ALSO...CANCELLED THE WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR THE NORTHERN SAINT LAWRENCE VALLEY AS POTENTIAL
FOR ADDITIONAL ICE ACCUMULATIONS HAS ENDED. REMAINDER OF FORECAST IN
GOOD SHAPE AND NO OTHER CHANGES MADE.

EVENSON

&&

.PREV DISCUSSION FROM 554 PM...
.SHORT TERM...
SENT QUICK UPDATE TO FIRST PERIOD OF FORECAST...MAINLY TO ADJUST
SHORT TERM PRECIPITATION TYPE AND TRENDS.  WENT WITH CATEGORICAL
PRECIPITATION ALL AREAS AS WELL GIVEN AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION ON
RADAR.  STILL LOOKING FOR GENERAL CHANGEOVER TO SNOW AFTER MIDNIGHT
WITH ANY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF AN INCH OR LESS.  EMPHASIZED FREEZING
RAIN POTENTIAL A BIT THIS EVENING FOR AREAS NEAR THE CANADIAN BORDER
IN NORTHERN NEW YORK AND IN NORTHWEST VERMONT. REMAINDER OF FORECAST
IN GOOD SHAPE AS NEW 18Z DATA SUPPORTS IDEA OF A WINTER STORM WATCH
FOR THE STATE OF VERMONT ON TUESDAY.
&&

.PREV DISCUSSION FROM 245 PM...
FCST CONCERN IS FROPA TIMING/PRECIP TONIGHT...FOLLOWED BY PRECIP
ASSOCIATED WITH COAST LOW ON TUESDAY

.SYNOPSIS...
COMPLEX ULVL AND SFC PATTERN CONTS ACRS EASTERN CONUS THIS AFTN WITH
MANY DIFFERENT FEATURES COMING INTO PLAY. FIRST...INITIAL SHOT OF
PRECIP ASSOCIATED WITH STRONG LLVL WAA AND 5H VORT CONTS TO LIFT
FROM NORTHERN FA INTO SOUTHERN CANADA ATTM. WATER VAPOR SHOWS
SEVERAL EMBEDDED S/W'S IN DEVELOPING TROF ACRS THE CENTRAL PLAINS
WITH SOME CONVECTION NOTED ACRS CENTRAL MI AND ANOTHER BATCH OF
CONVECTION ACRS THE GULF COAST STATES WITH SUB-TROPICAL
JET/MOISTURE. OVERALL MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH ULVL
FEATURES...BUT WERE 20 TO 30 KNTS TOO LIGHT WITH 25H WINDS DIGGING
ON BACKSIDE OF TROF ACRS THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND WERE LIGHT 10 KNTS
OR SO TOO LIGHT WITH WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH SUB-TROPICAL JET OVER
GULF COAST STATES. OTHERWISE...BASED ON VAPOR TRENDS AND ULVL
ANALYSIS MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH 5H HGHTS AND ASSOCIATED VORTS.

MEANWHILE...SFC ANALYSIS PLACES 985MB LOW JUST EAST LAKE HURON WITH
STRONG SFC WARM FRNT EXTENDING FROM LOW PRES ACRS NORTHERN LAKE
ONTARIO SHORE LINE INTO SOUTHERN VT ATTM. STILL A LARGE TEMP
GRADIENT ACRS FRNT WITH MSS AT 15F AND SYR AT 51F...EXPECT FRNT TO
SLOWLY LIFT INTO NORTH ACRS FA THIS AFTN AS LOW PRES APPROACHES.
ALSO...VIS SAT PIC SHOWS SOME CLRING ACRS NORTHERN DACKS MOVING INTO
THE CPV ATTM...EXPECT ANOTHER BATCH OF MIX PRECIP TO ENTER
CPV/NORTHERN ZNS BY LATE THIS AFTN.
&&

.SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY)...
COMPLEX PATTERN EVOLVING ACRS EASTERN CONUS AS MID/UPPER LVL TROF
DEVELOPS AND POTENT S/W ENERGY ROUNDS TROF BASE AND ENHANCES COASTAL
LOW PRES NEAR CAPE COD BY 12Z TUES AS JETS PHASE. FIRST LOW PRES
TRACKS FROM NEAR LAKE HURON THIS AFTN INTO THE SLV BY TONIGHT WITH
COLD FRNT ACRS THE SLV BY 06Z AND THRU OUR FA BY 12Z TUES. MODELS IN
GOOD AGREEMENT WITH OVERALL PLACEMENT AND TRACK OF INITIAL SFC LOW
AND FROPA ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z TUESDAY. MODELS SHOWS FIRST BAND OF
PRECIP ACRS WESTERN NY ASSOCIATED WITH PVA MOVING OVER OUR WESTERN
FA THIS EVENING...THEN SOME PRECIP WITH FROPA.

TUESDAY-WEDS...STRONG S/W ENERGY COMBINED WITH PHASING OF
SOUTHERN/NORTHERN STREAM JETS AND PLENTY OF SUB-TROPICAL MOISTURE
ADVECTING NORTH WL MAKE FOR A DIFFICULT UPCOMING FCST. WL USE A
BLEND OF THE NAM AND GFS MODEL FOR SFC DEVELOPMENT NEAR CAPE COD ON
TUESDAY AND PLACEMENT OF QPF ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z WEDS. MODELS IN
FAIR AGREEMENT WITH TRACKING SFC LOW NORTH INTO THE GULF OF MAINE
BY TUES EVENING...THEN INTO EASTERN MAINE BY 12Z WEDS...HOWEVER A
SLIGHT SHIFT EAST OR WEST OF THE PROJECTED TRACK WL HAVE A
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF PRECIP/SNOWFALL ACRS OUR FA. FEEL SYSTEM WL
QUICKLY CUT OFF ON TUES AND BECMG NEGATIVELY TILTED AT 7H AND 5H.
THIS COMBINED WITH CYCLONIC FLOW AROUND SFC LOW PRES WL PUSH
MOISTURE BACK INTO OUR CENTRAL AND EASTERN CWA. FEEL GFS IS A BIT
AGGRESSIVE WITH PLACEMENT OF 7H FG FORCING AND STRONG 850-500MB
Q-VECTOR FIELDS ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...NAM SHOWS BEST QPF AND
ASSOCAITED MOISTURE/LIFT ACRS SNE AND WOULD SUPPORT VERY LIMITED
PRECIP ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...ENSEMBLES SHOWS 0.50" QPF LINE INTO
THE CPV AND POINTS EAST AND WL USE THIS FROM OUTLINE OF WINTER STORM
WATCH. FEEL BEST POTENTIAL OF A SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL WL BE ACRS NE
KINGDOM AND UPSLOPE REGIONS OF THE GREEN MTNS. OTHERWISE...WITH
STRONG LLVL CAA DEVELOPING EXPECT EARLY MORNING HIGHS NEAR 30...THEN
TEMPS FALLING INTO THE TEENS. ALSO...FLUFF FACTOR COULD PLAY A ROLE
IN SNOWFALL ACCUMLATION LATE TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY NITE. IN
ADDITION...EXPECT WINDS TO INCREASE THRU TUESDAY AS 970MB LOW PRES
TRACKS INTO NORHTERN MAINE BY WEDS. THIS WL CREATE AREAS OF BLOWING
AND DRIFTING SNOW. BASED ON PROGGED 85H TEMPS AND CYCLONIC NW FLOW
WL TREND TOWARD COOLER GUIDANCE FOR TUES NITE INTO WEDS.
&&

.LONG TERM (WED-SUN)...
COLD UPPER LEVEL TROUGH TO REMAIN OVER THE REGION THROUGH THE
EXTENDED PERIOD WITH VARIOUS REDEVELOPMENT PHASES. THURDAY WILL BE
A TRANSITION DAY WITH SOME MOISTURE STILL COMING OFF THE GREAT
LAKES WITH A CHANCE OF FLURRIES WITH DIURNAL HEATING. THE MOST
SIGNIFICANT TROUGH REDEVELOPMENT IN THIS PERIOD WILL TAKE PLACE
FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY AS YET ANOTHER COMPLEX CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT
TAKES PLACE IN THE EASTERN US. LOTS OF UNCERTAINTY REMAINS ON THE
DETAILS...BUT HIGHER THAN NORMAL POP FOR SNOW EXPECTED FRIDAY INTO
SATURDAY. COLD AND UNSTABLE WRAP AROUND NORTHWEST FLOW EXPECTED
SUNDAY INTO MONDAY WITH MAINLY MTN SNOW SHOWERS AND VALLEY FLURRIES.
&&

.AVIATION (18Z-18Z)...
BRIEF BREAK IN VFR CLOUD COVER THIS AFTERNOON WILL GIVE WAY TO AN
AREA OF IFR/MVFR WITH PRECIPITATION WHICH WILL CROSS THE AREA THIS
EVENING ASSOCIATED WITH VORTICITY ADVECTION. WILL BE A BREAK IN THE
PRECIPITATION AFT 00Z BEFORE FRONT CROSSES THE AREA 06-12Z WITH
LOWERING CIGS VBSYS AND PRECIPITATION TYPE TRENDING BACK TO SNOW.
&&


.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...WINTER STORM WATCH VTZ001>012-016-017-018-019 FROM 7AM EST TUE
UNTIL 7 AM EST WED.
NY...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...TABER
LONG TERM/AVIATION...SISSON












FXUS61 KBTV 080354 AAB
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
1054 PM EST MON MAR 7 2005

.SHORT TERM...
MINOR UPDATE TO FORECAST TO REMOVE WORDING/PRECIPITATION TYPE FROM
EARLIER PORTION OF THE FORECAST.  ALSO...CANCELLED THE WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY FOR THE NORTHERN SAINT LAWRENCE VALLEY AS POTENTIAL
FOR ADDITIONAL ICE ACCUMULATIONS HAS ENDED. REMAINDER OF FORECAST IN
GOOD SHAPE AND NO OTHER CHANGES MADE.

EVENSON

&&

.PREV DISCUSSION FROM 554 PM...
.SHORT TERM...
SENT QUICK UPDATE TO FIRST PERIOD OF FORECAST...MAINLY TO ADJUST
SHORT TERM PRECIPITATION TYPE AND TRENDS.  WENT WITH CATEGORICAL
PRECIPITATION ALL AREAS AS WELL GIVEN AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION ON
RADAR.  STILL LOOKING FOR GENERAL CHANGEOVER TO SNOW AFTER MIDNIGHT
WITH ANY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF AN INCH OR LESS.  EMPHASIZED FREEZING
RAIN POTENTIAL A BIT THIS EVENING FOR AREAS NEAR THE CANADIAN BORDER
IN NORTHERN NEW YORK AND IN NORTHWEST VERMONT. REMAINDER OF FORECAST
IN GOOD SHAPE AS NEW 18Z DATA SUPPORTS IDEA OF A WINTER STORM WATCH
FOR THE STATE OF VERMONT ON TUESDAY.
&&

.PREV DISCUSSION FROM 245 PM...
FCST CONCERN IS FROPA TIMING/PRECIP TONIGHT...FOLLOWED BY PRECIP
ASSOCIATED WITH COAST LOW ON TUESDAY

.SYNOPSIS...
COMPLEX ULVL AND SFC PATTERN CONTS ACRS EASTERN CONUS THIS AFTN WITH
MANY DIFFERENT FEATURES COMING INTO PLAY. FIRST...INITIAL SHOT OF
PRECIP ASSOCIATED WITH STRONG LLVL WAA AND 5H VORT CONTS TO LIFT
FROM NORTHERN FA INTO SOUTHERN CANADA ATTM. WATER VAPOR SHOWS
SEVERAL EMBEDDED S/W'S IN DEVELOPING TROF ACRS THE CENTRAL PLAINS
WITH SOME CONVECTION NOTED ACRS CENTRAL MI AND ANOTHER BATCH OF
CONVECTION ACRS THE GULF COAST STATES WITH SUB-TROPICAL
JET/MOISTURE. OVERALL MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH ULVL
FEATURES...BUT WERE 20 TO 30 KNTS TOO LIGHT WITH 25H WINDS DIGGING
ON BACKSIDE OF TROF ACRS THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND WERE LIGHT 10 KNTS
OR SO TOO LIGHT WITH WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH SUB-TROPICAL JET OVER
GULF COAST STATES. OTHERWISE...BASED ON VAPOR TRENDS AND ULVL
ANALYSIS MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH 5H HGHTS AND ASSOCIATED VORTS.

MEANWHILE...SFC ANALYSIS PLACES 985MB LOW JUST EAST LAKE HURON WITH
STRONG SFC WARM FRNT EXTENDING FROM LOW PRES ACRS NORTHERN LAKE
ONTARIO SHORE LINE INTO SOUTHERN VT ATTM. STILL A LARGE TEMP
GRADIENT ACRS FRNT WITH MSS AT 15F AND SYR AT 51F...EXPECT FRNT TO
SLOWLY LIFT INTO NORTH ACRS FA THIS AFTN AS LOW PRES APPROACHES.
ALSO...VIS SAT PIC SHOWS SOME CLRING ACRS NORTHERN DACKS MOVING INTO
THE CPV ATTM...EXPECT ANOTHER BATCH OF MIX PRECIP TO ENTER
CPV/NORTHERN ZNS BY LATE THIS AFTN.
&&

.SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY)...
COMPLEX PATTERN EVOLVING ACRS EASTERN CONUS AS MID/UPPER LVL TROF
DEVELOPS AND POTENT S/W ENERGY ROUNDS TROF BASE AND ENHANCES COASTAL
LOW PRES NEAR CAPE COD BY 12Z TUES AS JETS PHASE. FIRST LOW PRES
TRACKS FROM NEAR LAKE HURON THIS AFTN INTO THE SLV BY TONIGHT WITH
COLD FRNT ACRS THE SLV BY 06Z AND THRU OUR FA BY 12Z TUES. MODELS IN
GOOD AGREEMENT WITH OVERALL PLACEMENT AND TRACK OF INITIAL SFC LOW
AND FROPA ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z TUESDAY. MODELS SHOWS FIRST BAND OF
PRECIP ACRS WESTERN NY ASSOCIATED WITH PVA MOVING OVER OUR WESTERN
FA THIS EVENING...THEN SOME PRECIP WITH FROPA.

TUESDAY-WEDS...STRONG S/W ENERGY COMBINED WITH PHASING OF
SOUTHERN/NORTHERN STREAM JETS AND PLENTY OF SUB-TROPICAL MOISTURE
ADVECTING NORTH WL MAKE FOR A DIFFICULT UPCOMING FCST. WL USE A
BLEND OF THE NAM AND GFS MODEL FOR SFC DEVELOPMENT NEAR CAPE COD ON
TUESDAY AND PLACEMENT OF QPF ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z WEDS. MODELS IN
FAIR AGREEMENT WITH TRACKING SFC LOW NORTH INTO THE GULF OF MAINE
BY TUES EVENING...THEN INTO EASTERN MAINE BY 12Z WEDS...HOWEVER A
SLIGHT SHIFT EAST OR WEST OF THE PROJECTED TRACK WL HAVE A
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF PRECIP/SNOWFALL ACRS OUR FA. FEEL SYSTEM WL
QUICKLY CUT OFF ON TUES AND BECMG NEGATIVELY TILTED AT 7H AND 5H.
THIS COMBINED WITH CYCLONIC FLOW AROUND SFC LOW PRES WL PUSH
MOISTURE BACK INTO OUR CENTRAL AND EASTERN CWA. FEEL GFS IS A BIT
AGGRESSIVE WITH PLACEMENT OF 7H FG FORCING AND STRONG 850-500MB
Q-VECTOR FIELDS ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...NAM SHOWS BEST QPF AND
ASSOCAITED MOISTURE/LIFT ACRS SNE AND WOULD SUPPORT VERY LIMITED
PRECIP ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...ENSEMBLES SHOWS 0.50" QPF LINE INTO
THE CPV AND POINTS EAST AND WL USE THIS FROM OUTLINE OF WINTER STORM
WATCH. FEEL BEST POTENTIAL OF A SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL WL BE ACRS NE
KINGDOM AND UPSLOPE REGIONS OF THE GREEN MTNS. OTHERWISE...WITH
STRONG LLVL CAA DEVELOPING EXPECT EARLY MORNING HIGHS NEAR 30...THEN
TEMPS FALLING INTO THE TEENS. ALSO...FLUFF FACTOR COULD PLAY A ROLE
IN SNOWFALL ACCUMLATION LATE TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY NITE. IN
ADDITION...EXPECT WINDS TO INCREASE THRU TUESDAY AS 970MB LOW PRES
TRACKS INTO NORHTERN MAINE BY WEDS. THIS WL CREATE AREAS OF BLOWING
AND DRIFTING SNOW. BASED ON PROGGED 85H TEMPS AND CYCLONIC NW FLOW
WL TREND TOWARD COOLER GUIDANCE FOR TUES NITE INTO WEDS.
&&

.LONG TERM (WED-SUN)...
COLD UPPER LEVEL TROUGH TO REMAIN OVER THE REGION THROUGH THE
EXTENDED PERIOD WITH VARIOUS REDEVELOPMENT PHASES. THURDAY WILL BE
A TRANSITION DAY WITH SOME MOISTURE STILL COMING OFF THE GREAT
LAKES WITH A CHANCE OF FLURRIES WITH DIURNAL HEATING. THE MOST
SIGNIFICANT TROUGH REDEVELOPMENT IN THIS PERIOD WILL TAKE PLACE
FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY AS YET ANOTHER COMPLEX CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT
TAKES PLACE IN THE EASTERN US. LOTS OF UNCERTAINTY REMAINS ON THE
DETAILS...BUT HIGHER THAN NORMAL POP FOR SNOW EXPECTED FRIDAY INTO
SATURDAY. COLD AND UNSTABLE WRAP AROUND NORTHWEST FLOW EXPECTED
SUNDAY INTO MONDAY WITH MAINLY MTN SNOW SHOWERS AND VALLEY FLURRIES.
&&

.AVIATION (18Z-18Z)...
BRIEF BREAK IN VFR CLOUD COVER THIS AFTERNOON WILL GIVE WAY TO AN
AREA OF IFR/MVFR WITH PRECIPITATION WHICH WILL CROSS THE AREA THIS
EVENING ASSOCIATED WITH VORTICITY ADVECTION. WILL BE A BREAK IN THE
PRECIPITATION AFT 00Z BEFORE FRONT CROSSES THE AREA 06-12Z WITH
LOWERING CIGS VBSYS AND PRECIPITATION TYPE TRENDING BACK TO SNOW.
&&


.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...WINTER STORM WATCH VTZ001>012-016-017-018-019 FROM 7AM EST TUE
UNTIL 7 AM EST WEDS.
NY...WINTER WX ADV NYZ026-027 FROM 7 AM EST MON UNTIL 1 AM EST TUE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...TABER
LONG TERM/AVIATION...SISSON











FXUS61 KBTV 072255 AAA
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
554 PM EST MON MAR 7 2005

.SHORT TERM...
SENT QUICK UPDATE TO FIRST PERIOD OF FORECAST...MAINLY TO ADJUST
SHORT TERM PRECIPITATION TYPE AND TRENDS.  WENT WITH CATEGORICAL
PRECIPITATION ALL AREAS AS WELL GIVEN AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION ON
RADAR.  STILL LOOKING FOR GENERAL CHANGEOVER TO SNOW AFTER MIDNIGHT
WITH ANY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF AN INCH OR LESS.  EMPHASIZED FREEZING
RAIN POTENTIAL A BIT THIS EVENING FOR AREAS NEAR THE CANADIAN BORDER
IN NORTHERN NEW YORK AND IN NORTHWEST VERMONT. REMAINDER OF FORECAST
IN GOOD SHAPE AS NEW 18Z DATA SUPPORTS IDEA OF A WINTER STORM WATCH
FOR THE STATE OF VERMONT ON TUESDAY.
&&

.PREV DISCUSSION FROM 245 PM...
FCST CONCERN IS FROPA TIMING/PRECIP TONIGHT...FOLLOWED BY PRECIP
ASSOCIATED WITH COAST LOW ON TUESDAY

.SYNOPSIS...
COMPLEX ULVL AND SFC PATTERN CONTS ACRS EASTERN CONUS THIS AFTN WITH
MANY DIFFERENT FEATURES COMING INTO PLAY. FIRST...INITIAL SHOT OF
PRECIP ASSOCIATED WITH STRONG LLVL WAA AND 5H VORT CONTS TO LIFT
FROM NORTHERN FA INTO SOUTHERN CANADA ATTM. WATER VAPOR SHOWS
SEVERAL EMBEDDED S/W'S IN DEVELOPING TROF ACRS THE CENTRAL PLAINS
WITH SOME CONVECTION NOTED ACRS CENTRAL MI AND ANOTHER BATCH OF
CONVECTION ACRS THE GULF COAST STATES WITH SUB-TROPICAL
JET/MOISTURE. OVERALL MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH ULVL
FEATURES...BUT WERE 20 TO 30 KNTS TOO LIGHT WITH 25H WINDS DIGGING
ON BACKSIDE OF TROF ACRS THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND WERE LIGHT 10 KNTS
OR SO TOO LIGHT WITH WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH SUB-TROPICAL JET OVER
GULF COAST STATES. OTHERWISE...BASED ON VAPOR TRENDS AND ULVL
ANALYSIS MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH 5H HGHTS AND ASSOCIATED VORTS.

MEANWHILE...SFC ANALYSIS PLACES 985MB LOW JUST EAST LAKE HURON WITH
STRONG SFC WARM FRNT EXTENDING FROM LOW PRES ACRS NORTHERN LAKE
ONTARIO SHORE LINE INTO SOUTHERN VT ATTM. STILL A LARGE TEMP
GRADIENT ACRS FRNT WITH MSS AT 15F AND SYR AT 51F...EXPECT FRNT TO
SLOWLY LIFT INTO NORTH ACRS FA THIS AFTN AS LOW PRES APPROACHES.
ALSO...VIS SAT PIC SHOWS SOME CLRING ACRS NORTHERN DACKS MOVING INTO
THE CPV ATTM...EXPECT ANOTHER BATCH OF MIX PRECIP TO ENTER
CPV/NORTHERN ZNS BY LATE THIS AFTN.
&&

.SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY)...
COMPLEX PATTERN EVOLVING ACRS EASTERN CONUS AS MID/UPPER LVL TROF
DEVELOPS AND POTENT S/W ENERGY ROUNDS TROF BASE AND ENHANCES COASTAL
LOW PRES NEAR CAPE COD BY 12Z TUES AS JETS PHASE. FIRST LOW PRES
TRACKS FROM NEAR LAKE HURON THIS AFTN INTO THE SLV BY TONIGHT WITH
COLD FRNT ACRS THE SLV BY 06Z AND THRU OUR FA BY 12Z TUES. MODELS IN
GOOD AGREEMENT WITH OVERALL PLACEMENT AND TRACK OF INITIAL SFC LOW
AND FROPA ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z TUESDAY. MODELS SHOWS FIRST BAND OF
PRECIP ACRS WESTERN NY ASSOCIATED WITH PVA MOVING OVER OUR WESTERN
FA THIS EVENING...THEN SOME PRECIP WITH FROPA.

TUESDAY-WEDS...STRONG S/W ENERGY COMBINED WITH PHASING OF
SOUTHERN/NORTHERN STREAM JETS AND PLENTY OF SUB-TROPICAL MOISTURE
ADVECTING NORTH WL MAKE FOR A DIFFICULT UPCOMING FCST. WL USE A
BLEND OF THE NAM AND GFS MODEL FOR SFC DEVELOPMENT NEAR CAPE COD ON
TUESDAY AND PLACEMENT OF QPF ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z WEDS. MODELS IN
FAIR AGREEMENT WITH TRACKING SFC LOW NORTH INTO THE GULF OF MAINE
BY TUES EVENING...THEN INTO EASTERN MAINE BY 12Z WEDS...HOWEVER A
SLIGHT SHIFT EAST OR WEST OF THE PROJECTED TRACK WL HAVE A
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF PRECIP/SNOWFALL ACRS OUR FA. FEEL SYSTEM WL
QUICKLY CUT OFF ON TUES AND BECMG NEGATIVELY TILTED AT 7H AND 5H.
THIS COMBINED WITH CYCLONIC FLOW AROUND SFC LOW PRES WL PUSH
MOISTURE BACK INTO OUR CENTRAL AND EASTERN CWA. FEEL GFS IS A BIT
AGGRESSIVE WITH PLACEMENT OF 7H FG FORCING AND STRONG 850-500MB
Q-VECTOR FIELDS ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...NAM SHOWS BEST QPF AND
ASSOCAITED MOISTURE/LIFT ACRS SNE AND WOULD SUPPORT VERY LIMITED
PRECIP ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...ENSEMBLES SHOWS 0.50" QPF LINE INTO
THE CPV AND POINTS EAST AND WL USE THIS FROM OUTLINE OF WINTER STORM
WATCH. FEEL BEST POTENTIAL OF A SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL WL BE ACRS NE
KINGDOM AND UPSLOPE REGIONS OF THE GREEN MTNS. OTHERWISE...WITH
STRONG LLVL CAA DEVELOPING EXPECT EARLY MORNING HIGHS NEAR 30...THEN
TEMPS FALLING INTO THE TEENS. ALSO...FLUFF FACTOR COULD PLAY A ROLE
IN SNOWFALL ACCUMLATION LATE TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY NITE. IN
ADDITION...EXPECT WINDS TO INCREASE THRU TUESDAY AS 970MB LOW PRES
TRACKS INTO NORHTERN MAINE BY WEDS. THIS WL CREATE AREAS OF BLOWING
AND DRIFTING SNOW. BASED ON PROGGED 85H TEMPS AND CYCLONIC NW FLOW
WL TREND TOWARD COOLER GUIDANCE FOR TUES NITE INTO WEDS.
&&

.LONG TERM (WED-SUN)...
COLD UPPER LEVEL TROUGH TO REMAIN OVER THE REGION THROUGH THE
EXTENDED PERIOD WITH VARIOUS REDEVELOPMENT PHASES. THURDAY WILL BE
A TRANSITION DAY WITH SOME MOISTURE STILL COMING OFF THE GREAT
LAKES WITH A CHANCE OF FLURRIES WITH DIURNAL HEATING. THE MOST
SIGNIFICANT TROUGH REDEVELOPMENT IN THIS PERIOD WILL TAKE PLACE
FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY AS YET ANOTHER COMPLEX CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT
TAKES PLACE IN THE EASTERN US. LOTS OF UNCERTAINTY REMAINS ON THE
DETAILS...BUT HIGHER THAN NORMAL POP FOR SNOW EXPECTED FRIDAY INTO
SATURDAY. COLD AND UNSTABLE WRAP AROUND NORTHWEST FLOW EXPECTED
SUNDAY INTO MONDAY WITH MAINLY MTN SNOW SHOWERS AND VALLEY FLURRIES.
&&

.AVIATION (18Z-18Z)...
BRIEF BREAK IN VFR CLOUD COVER THIS AFTERNOON WILL GIVE WAY TO AN
AREA OF IFR/MVFR WITH PRECIPITATION WHICH WILL CROSS THE AREA THIS
EVENING ASSOCIATED WITH VORTICITY ADVECTION. WILL BE A BREAK IN THE
PRECIPITATION AFT 00Z BEFORE FRONT CROSSES THE AREA 06-12Z WITH
LOWERING CIGS VBSYS AND PRECIPITATION TYPE TRENDING BACK TO SNOW.
&&


.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...WINTER STORM WATCH VTZ001>012-016-017-018-019 FROM 7AM EST TUE
UNTIL 7 AM EST WEDS.
NY...WINTER WX ADV NYZ026-027 FROM 7 AM EST MON UNTIL 1 AM EST TUE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...TABER
LONG TERM/AVIATION...SISSON









FXUS61 KBTV 071951
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
245 PM EST MON MAR 7 2005

FCST CONCERN IS FROPA TIMING/PRECIP TONIGHT...FOLLOWED BY PRECIP
ASSOCIATED WITH COAST LOW ON TUESDAY

.SYNOPSIS...
COMPLEX ULVL AND SFC PATTERN CONTS ACRS EASTERN CONUS THIS AFTN WITH
MANY DIFFERENT FEATURES COMING INTO PLAY. FIRST...INITIAL SHOT OF
PRECIP ASSOCIATED WITH STRONG LLVL WAA AND 5H VORT CONTS TO LIFT
FROM NORTHERN FA INTO SOUTHERN CANADA ATTM. WATER VAPOR SHOWS
SEVERAL EMBEDDED S/W'S IN DEVELOPING TROF ACRS THE CENTRAL PLAINS
WITH SOME CONVECTION NOTED ACRS CENTRAL MI AND ANOTHER BATCH OF
CONVECTION ACRS THE GULF COAST STATES WITH SUB-TROPICAL
JET/MOISTURE. OVERALL MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH ULVL
FEATURES...BUT WERE 20 TO 30 KNTS TOO LIGHT WITH 25H WINDS DIGGING
ON BACKSIDE OF TROF ACRS THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND WERE LIGHT 10 KNTS
OR SO TOO LIGHT WITH WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH SUB-TROPICAL JET OVER
GULF COAST STATES. OTHERWISE...BASED ON VAPOR TRENDS AND ULVL
ANALYSIS MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH 5H HGHTS AND ASSOCIATED VORTS.

MEANWHILE...SFC ANALYSIS PLACES 985MB LOW JUST EAST LAKE HURON WITH
STRONG SFC WARM FRNT EXTENDING FROM LOW PRES ACRS NORTHERN LAKE
ONTARIO SHORE LINE INTO SOUTHERN VT ATTM. STILL A LARGE TEMP
GRADIENT ACRS FRNT WITH MSS AT 15F AND SYR AT 51F...EXPECT FRNT TO
SLOWLY LIFT INTO NORTH ACRS FA THIS AFTN AS LOW PRES APPROACHES.
ALSO...VIS SAT PIC SHOWS SOME CLRING ACRS NORTHERN DACKS MOVING INTO
THE CPV ATTM...EXPECT ANOTHER BATCH OF MIX PRECIP TO ENTER
CPV/NORTHERN ZNS BY LATE THIS AFTN.
&&

.SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY)...
COMPLEX PATTERN EVOLVING ACRS EASTERN CONUS AS MID/UPPER LVL TROF
DEVELOPS AND POTENT S/W ENERGY ROUNDS TROF BASE AND ENHANCES COASTAL
LOW PRES NEAR CAPE COD BY 12Z TUES AS JETS PHASE. FIRST LOW PRES
TRACKS FROM NEAR LAKE HURON THIS AFTN INTO THE SLV BY TONIGHT WITH
COLD FRNT ACRS THE SLV BY 06Z AND THRU OUR FA BY 12Z TUES. MODELS IN
GOOD AGREEMENT WITH OVERALL PLACEMENT AND TRACK OF INITIAL SFC LOW
AND FROPA ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z TUESDAY. MODELS SHOWS FIRST BAND OF
PRECIP ACRS WESTERN NY ASSOCIATED WITH PVA MOVING OVER OUR WESTERN
FA THIS EVENING...THEN SOME PRECIP WITH FROPA.

TUESDAY-WEDS...STRONG S/W ENERGY COMBINED WITH PHASING OF
SOUTHERN/NORTHERN STREAM JETS AND PLENTY OF SUB-TROPICAL MOISTURE
ADVECTING NORTH WL MAKE FOR A DIFFICULT UPCOMING FCST. WL USE A
BLEND OF THE NAM AND GFS MODEL FOR SFC DEVELOPMENT NEAR CAPE COD ON
TUESDAY AND PLACEMENT OF QPF ACRS OUR FA THRU 12Z WEDS. MODELS IN
FAIR AGREEMENT WITH TRACKING SFC LOW NORTH INTO THE GULF OF MAINE
BY TUES EVENING...THEN INTO EASTERN MAINE BY 12Z WEDS...HOWEVER A
SLIGHT SHIFT EAST OR WEST OF THE PROJECTED TRACK WL HAVE A
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF PRECIP/SNOWFALL ACRS OUR FA. FEEL SYSTEM WL
QUICKLY CUT OFF ON TUES AND BECMG NEGATIVELY TILTED AT 7H AND 5H.
THIS COMBINED WITH CYCLONIC FLOW AROUND SFC LOW PRES WL PUSH
MOISTURE BACK INTO OUR CENTRAL AND EASTERN CWA. FEEL GFS IS A BIT
AGGRESSIVE WITH PLACEMENT OF 7H FG FORCING AND STRONG 850-500MB
Q-VECTOR FIELDS ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...NAM SHOWS BEST QPF AND
ASSOCAITED MOISTURE/LIFT ACRS SNE AND WOULD SUPPORT VERY LIMITED
PRECIP ACRS OUR FA. MEANWHILE...ENSEMBLES SHOWS 0.50" QPF LINE INTO
THE CPV AND POINTS EAST AND WL USE THIS FROM OUTLINE OF WINTER STORM
WATCH. FEEL BEST POTENTIAL OF A SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL WL BE ACRS NE
KINGDOM AND UPSLOPE REGIONS OF THE GREEN MTNS. OTHERWISE...WITH
STRONG LLVL CAA DEVELOPING EXPECT EARLY MORNING HIGHS NEAR 30...THEN
TEMPS FALLING INTO THE TEENS. ALSO...FLUFF FACTOR COULD PLAY A ROLE
IN SNOWFALL ACCUMLATION LATE TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY NITE. IN
ADDITION...EXPECT WINDS TO INCREASE THRU TUESDAY AS 970MB LOW PRES
TRACKS INTO NORHTERN MAINE BY WEDS. THIS WL CREATE AREAS OF BLOWING
AND DRIFTING SNOW. BASED ON PROGGED 85H TEMPS AND CYCLONIC NW FLOW
WL TREND TOWARD COOLER GUIDANCE FOR TUES NITE INTO WEDS.
&&

.LONG TERM (WED-SUN)...
COLD UPPER LEVEL TROUGH TO REMAIN OVER THE REGION THROUGH THE
EXTENDED PERIOD WITH VARIOUS REDEVELOPMENT PHASES. THURDAY WILL BE
A TRANSITION DAY WITH SOME MOISTURE STILL COMING OFF THE GREAT
LAKES WITH A CHANCE OF FLURRIES WITH DIURNAL HEATING. THE MOST
SIGNIFICANT TROUGH REDEVELOPMENT IN THIS PERIOD WILL TAKE PLACE
FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY AS YET ANOTHER COMPLEX CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT
TAKES PLACE IN THE EASTERN US. LOTS OF UNCERTAINTY REMAINS ON THE
DETAILS...BUT HIGHER THAN NORMAL POP FOR SNOW EXPECTED FRIDAY INTO
SATURDAY. COLD AND UNSTABLE WRAP AROUND NORTHWEST FLOW EXPECTED
SUNDAY INTO MONDAY WITH MAINLY MTN SNOW SHOWERS AND VALLEY FLURRIES.
&&

.AVIATION (18Z-18Z)...
BRIEF BREAK IN VFR CLOUD COVER THIS AFTERNOON WILL GIVE WAY TO AN
AREA OF IFR/MVFR WITH PRECIPITATION WHICH WILL CROSS THE AREA THIS
EVENING ASSOCIATED WITH VORTICITY ADVECTION. WILL BE A BREAK IN THE
PRECIPITATION AFT 00Z BEFORE FRONT CROSSES THE AREA 06-12Z WITH
LOWERING CIGS VBSYS AND PRECIPITATION TYPE TRENDING BACK TO SNOW.
&&


.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...WINTER STORM WATCH VTZ001>012-016-017-018-019 FROM 7AM EST TUE
UNTIL 7 AM EST WEDS.
NY...WINTER WX ADV NYZ026-027 FROM 7 AM EST MON UNTIL 1 AM EST TUE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...TABER
LONG TERM/AVIATION...SISSON






   This data is from the [3]IWIN (Interactive Weather Information
   Network)

References

   1. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/vt/discussion.html
   2. http://weather.gov/inlr.html
   3. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/main.html

699
ASUS51 KBTV 281918
SWRVT
VERMONT STATE WEATHER ROUNDUP
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
300 PM EDT MON JUN 28 2004

NOTE: "FAIR" INDICATES FEW OR NO CLOUDS BELOW 12,000 FEET WITH NO
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AND/OR OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISIBILITY.

VTZ001>014-282000-
_____VERMONT_____


CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
BURLINGTON     PTSUNNY   68  43  40 W10G16    30.00S
MONTPELIER     PTSUNNY   67  44  43 SW9       30.05S
MORRISVILLE    CLOUDY    67  46  47 VRB6      30.01F
ST. JOHNSBURY    N/A     70  46  42 VRB7      29.98F
RUTLAND        CLOUDY    64  45  48 SW9       30.05S
SPRINGFIELD    CLOUDY    71  47  42 W9        30.04F
BENNINGTON     PTSUNNY   68  48  48 VRB7      30.05F

______KEY______
VSB  - VISIBILITY IN MILES
WCI  - WIND CHILL INDEX
HX   - HEAT INDEX
$$
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