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FPUS51 KBTV 100832
ZFPBTV

ZONE FORECASTS FOR VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
332 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

NYZ028-035-VTZ001-002-005-009-102100-
ADDISON-CHITTENDEN-E ESSEX NY-FRANKLIN VT-GRAND ISLE-NE CLINTON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BURLINGTON...MIDDLEBURY...PLATTSBURGH...
SOUTH HERO...ST. ALBANS...TICONDEROGA
332 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

.TODAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS.  HIGH IN THE
MID TO UPPER 30S.  WEST WIND AT 5 TO 15 MPH.  CHANCE OF
PRECIPITATION 40 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE OR FLURRIES EARLY...OTHERWISE
REMAINING CLOUDY.  LOW AROUND 30.  WEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH.
.FRIDAY...CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE
AFTERNOON.  HIGH IN THE MID 30S.  WEST WIND AT 5 TO 10
MPH...SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST IN THE AFTERNOON.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS.  LOW 20 TO 25.
CHANCE OF SNOW 30 PERCENT.
.SATURDAY...PARTLY SUNNY.  HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER 20S.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BECOMING CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW TOWARD
MORNING.  LOW 15 TO 20.
.SUNDAY...CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW LIKELY.  HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER
20S.
.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW 15 TO 20 AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. LOW IN THE
TEENS AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE TEENS AND HIGH 25 TO 30.

$$

VTZ003-004-006>008-010-102100-
CALEDONIA-ESSEX VT-LAMOILLE-ORANGE-ORLEANS-WASHINGTON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ISLAND POND...MONTPELIER...NEWPORT...
RANDOLPH...ST. JOHNSBURY...STOWE
332 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

.TODAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS.  HIGH IN THE
MID TO UPPER 30S.  WEST WIND AT 5 TO 15 MPH.  CHANCE OF
PRECIPITATION 40 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE OR FLURRIES EARLY...OTHERWISE
REMAINING CLOUDY.  LOW IN THE MID TO UPPER 20S.  WEST WIND AROUND 5
MPH.
.FRIDAY...CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE
AFTERNOON.  HIGH IN THE MID 30S.  WEST WIND AT 5 TO 10
MPH...SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST IN THE AFTERNOON.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS.  LOW IN THE
LOWER 20S.  CHANCE OF SNOW 30 PERCENT.
.SATURDAY...PARTLY SUNNY.  HIGH IN THE MID 20S.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BECOMING CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW TOWARD
MORNING.  LOW 10 TO 15.
.SUNDAY...CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW LIKELY.  HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER
20S.
.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE TEENS AND HIGH IN THE MID 20S.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. LOW 10 TO 15
AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW 10 TO 15 AND HIGH IN THE MID TO
UPPER 20S.

$$

VTZ011-012-102100-
RUTLAND-WINDSOR-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...RUTLAND...SPRINGFIELD
332 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

.TODAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS.  HIGH 35 TO
40.  SOUTHWEST WIND AT 5 TO 15 MPH.  CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION 40
PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE OR FLURRIES EARLY...OTHERWISE
REMAINING CLOUDY.  LOW 25 TO 30.  WEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH.
.FRIDAY...CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE
AFTERNOON.  HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER 30S.  WEST WIND AT 5 TO 10
MPH...SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST IN THE AFTERNOON.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS.  LOW 20 TO 25.
CHANCE OF SNOW 30 PERCENT.
.SATURDAY...PARTLY SUNNY.  HIGH 25 TO 30.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BECOMING CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW TOWARD
MORNING.  LOW 15 TO 20.
.SUNDAY...CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW LIKELY.  HIGH 25 TO 30.
.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE TEENS AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. LOW 10 TO 15
AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE TEENS AND HIGH 25 TO 30.

$$

NYZ026-027-102100-
N FRANKLIN NY-N ST LAWRENCE-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...MALONE...MASSENA
332 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

.TODAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS.  HIGH AROUND 40.
SOUTHWEST WIND AT 5 TO 15 MPH.  CHANCE OF RAIN 40 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE EARLY...OTHERWISE REMAINING CLOUDY.
LOW 25 TO 30.  SOUTHWEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH.
.FRIDAY...CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE
AFTERNOON.  HIGH IN THE MID 30S.  SOUTHWEST WIND AT 5 TO 10
MPH...SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST IN THE AFTERNOON.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS.  LOW IN THE
LOWER 20S.  CHANCE OF SNOW 30 PERCENT.
.SATURDAY...PARTLY SUNNY.  HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER 20S.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BECOMING CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW TOWARD
MORNING.  LOW IN THE TEENS.
.SUNDAY...CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW LIKELY.  HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER
20S.
.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE TEENS AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. LOW 10 TO 15
AND HIGH IN THE UPPER 20S.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW 10 TO 15 AND HIGH 25 TO 30.

$$

NYZ029>031-034-102100-
S FRANKLIN NY-S ST LAWRENCE-SW CLINTON-W ESSEX NY-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...DANNEMORA...LAKE PLACID...STAR LAKE...
TUPPER LAKE
332 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

.TODAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW OR RAIN SHOWERS.  HIGH IN THE MID
TO UPPER 30S.  SOUTHWEST WIND AT 5 TO 15 MPH.  CHANCE OF
PRECIPITATION 40 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE OR FLURRIES EARLY...OTHERWISE
REMAINING CLOUDY.  LOW IN THE MID 20S.  SOUTHWEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH.
.FRIDAY...CLOUDY WITH A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE
AFTERNOON.  HIGH 30 TO 35.  SOUTHWEST WIND AT 5 TO 10 MPH...SHIFTING
TO THE NORTHWEST IN THE AFTERNOON.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS.  LOW IN THE MID
TO UPPER TEENS.  CHANCE OF SNOW 30 PERCENT.
.SATURDAY...PARTLY SUNNY.  HIGH IN THE LOWER TO MID 20S.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BECOMING CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW TOWARD
MORNING.  LOW 10 TO 15.
.SUNDAY...CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW LIKELY.  HIGH IN THE LOWER TO MID
20S.
.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW 10 TO 15 AND HIGH IN THE MID 20S.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. LOW 5 TO 10
ABOVE AND HIGH IN THE MID 20S.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW 5 TO 10 ABOVE AND HIGH IN THE MID
20S.

$$




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FXUS61 KBTV 100646
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
146 AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

SNOW EVENT FROM YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING GENERALLY
PRODUCED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS IN THE 1 TO 3 INCH RANGE.  IT APPEARS THE
SNOW GROWTH FACTOR ENHANCED THE AMOUNT OF SNOWFALL.  ALTHOUGH
FORECAST TIMING OF THE GREATER BURST OF SNOW WAS OFF A
LITTLE...BUFKIT PROFILES DID AT LEAST SHOW THE SIGNAL THAT SNOWFALL
WOULD BE ENHANCED OVER A COUPLE HOUR TIME PERIOD.  WARM FRONT THAT
ALSO HELPED FOCUS THE PRECIPITATION HAS MOVED EAST OF THE FORECAST
AREA AND WESTERLY FLOW HAS HELPED TO WARM THE LOW LEVEL AIR MASS
EARLY THIS MORNING.  MOST PLACES ALREADY IN THE 30S...SO GOING
FORECAST OF HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 35 TO 40 DEGREE RANGE LOOK
REALLY GOOD FOR TODAY.  WITH THE WARMER TEMPERATURES...PRECIPITATION
WILL BE IN THE FORM OF RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS.  WILL MENTION SCATTERED
RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS TODAY ALL AREAS.  WELL DEFINED SHORTWAVE TROUGH
IS MOVING ACROSS SOUTHEAST ONTARIO/EXTREME SOUTHWEST ONTARIO EARLY
THIS MORNING AND THIS FEATURE WILL MOVE ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA
THIS MORNING TO ENHANCE THE PRECIPITATION THREAT.  NOT TOO CONCERNED
ABOUT SUBSTANTIAL UPSLOPE PRECIPITATION TODAY AS LOW LEVEL LAPSE
RATES WILL PRETTY MUCH BE ISOTHERMAL TODAY.  LACK OF COLD AIR
ADVECTION...STEEPER LAPSE RATES...AND WEAKENING WIND FIELDS AS THE
DAY WEARS ON DOES NOT BODE WELL FOR ACCUMULATING UPSLOPE
PRECIPITATION.  THUS WILL KEEP PROBABILITIES IN THE SCATTERED
CATEGORY.

PLENTY OF CLOUD COVER TO PERSIST TONIGHT AND FRIDAY WITH LITTLE IN
THE WAY OF ANY FEATURE THAT CAN SCOUR OUT THE LOW LEVEL MOISTURE.
SO OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL NOT BE COLD TONIGHT AND HIGH TEMPERATURES ON
FRIDAY WILL ONCE AGAIN BE IN THE 30S.  ANOTHER SHORTWAVE TROUGH TO
APPROACH THE AREA FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT FOR THE NEXT CHANCE OF
SNOW SHOWERS.  SHOULD BE ENOUGH COLD AIR ADVECTION AT THAT POINT
THAT PRECIPITATION WOULD BE IN THE FORM OF SNOW.  WILL CONTINUE THE
THREAT FOR SNOW SHOWERS IN THE GOING FORECAST FOR FRIDAY AFTERNOON
AND ON THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT.

SOME DRIER AIR MOVES IN FOR SATURDAY AS FLOW ALOFT IS MORE
NORTHWEST...SO DRY WEATHER AND PARTLY SUNNY SKIES LOOKS GOOD IN THE
GOING FORECAST.  SHOULD HAVE ENOUGH COLD AIR ADVECTION THAT LOW
LEVEL THICKNESS VALUES SHOULD BE LOWERING FROM THE PAST COUPLE OF
DAYS.  THIS WILL PUT HIGH TEMPERATURES BACK INTO THE 20S.

A MORE WELL DEFINED SHORTWAVE TROUGH TO APPROACH THE FORECAST AREA
LATE SATURDAY AND ESPECIALLY ON SUNDAY.  WILL MENTION A CHANCE OF
LIGHT SNOW FOR LATE SATURDAY NIGHT ALL AREAS AND CONTINUE THE IDEA
IN THE GOING FORECAST ON SUNDAY FOR LIGHT SNOW LIKELY.  WILL HOWEVER
RUN THE THREAT OF LIKELY SNOWS FOR THE ENTIRE SUNDAY TIME PERIOD.

FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE EXTENDED...SEE NO REASON TO CHANGE FROM THE
DRY FORECAST FOR MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS
ON TUESDAY.

WORK ZONES IN ALBWRKCWF BY 300 AM.

EVENSON

.BTV....NONE.








FXUS61 KBTV 100216 CCA
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...CORRECTED ISSUANCE TIME
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
900 PM EST WED JAN 9 2002

UPDATED FORECAST TO EMPHASIZE PRECIPITATION CHANGING TO LIQUID
OVERNIGHT WITH RISING TEMPERATURES...THEN TAPERING OFF.  THIS ALSO
FORCED SOME AMENDMENTS TO THE THURSDAY PERIOD FORECAST PRECIPITATION
TYPES.  WE RECEIVED ONE REPORT OF THUNDER FROM A RUTLAND COUNTY
SPOTTER AROUND 0145 UTC...FROM SOME CONVECTIVE CELLS WHICH HAVE SINCE
WEAKENED AND MOVED EAST.

ST. JEAN

.BTV....NONE.






FXUS61 KBTV 100201
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
1000 PM EST WED JAN 9 2002

UPDATED FORECAST TO EMPHASIZE PRECIPITATION CHANGING TO LIQUID
OVERNIGHT WITH RISING TEMPERATURES...THEN TAPERING OFF.  THIS ALSO
FORCED SOME AMENDMENTS TO THE THURSDAY PERIOD FORECAST PRECIPITATION
TYPES.  WE RECEIVED ONE REPORT OF THUNDER FROM A RUTLAND COUNTY
SPOTTER AROUND 0145 UTC...FROM SOME CONVECTIVE CELLS WHICH HAVE SINCE
WEAKENED AND MOVED EAST.

ST. JEAN

.BTV....NONE.






FXUS61 KBTV 091857
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
157 PM EST WED JAN 9 2002

...MORE OF THE SAME FOR THE NXT WEEK...

OVERALL PATTERN OF WNW FLOW IN A BROAD CYCLONIC PATTERN WL
DELIVER S/W...CD FNT AND TROFS ACRS FA NEARLY EVERY OTHER DAY
ACRS FA.

TWO EVENTS WL STAND OUT...BUT THESE ARE MEEK BY NORMAL WINTER
STANDARDS. FIRST...S/W AND SFC TROF MVG ACRS FA LATE THIS AFTN/EVE
WITH SOMW GUD WAA AHD OF TROF WL DELIVER WIDESPREAD -SN WITH T-2
INCH SNOW ACCUM ACRS MUCH OF FA. SECOND EVENT...DROPPING S/W ACRS
GRT LAKES INTO OH VR VLY AND THEN OFF MID-ATLANTIC STATES WL BE
ACCOMPANIED BY "CLIPPER" SYSTEM THAT SHLD BRG ABT WIDESPREAD -SN
ACRS ENTIRE FA STARTING IN NRN NY LATE SAT NGT AND ACRS ALL FA DRG
SUN WITH SOME ACCUM.

OTHERWISE...JET ACRS FA WITH SVRL VORT LOBES WL KEEP MSTLY CLDY SKIES
AND PSBL FLURRIES THU AND TMPS ANTHR 5 DEGS MILDER THAN TDY. UPR TROF
AND S/W WITH CD FNT MVS ACRS FA FRI AFTN FOR -SHSN AND SLGTLY COLDER
AIR FRI AFTN/NGT. BRF S/W RIDGING IN ADVANCE OF SUNDAY/S SYSTEM COMES
ACRS FA SAT FOR SOME SS.

THEN...AFTER SUNDAY/S CLIPPER SYSTEM MORE WEAK RIDGING MON WITH
SOME MODERATING TMPS IN ADVANCE OF ANTHR WEAK TROF/FNT ON TUES
AND A RETURN TO WEAK RIDGING WED.

WORKS AVBL.

.BTV....NONE.

SLW





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

References

   1. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/vt/discussion.html
   2. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/graphicsversion/bigmain.html
   3. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/main.html

288
ASUS51 KBTV 101105
SWRVT
VERMONT STATE WEATHER ROUNDUP
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
600  AM EST THU JAN 10 2002

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

VTZ001>014-101200-
_____VERMONT_____

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
BURLINGTON     LGT RAIN  34  33  96 CALM      29.48R FOG
MONTPELIER     CLOUDY    36  33  89 SW6       29.48R
MORRISVILLE    LGT RAIN  36  33  89 S9        29.46R
ST. JOHNSBURY    N/A     32  31  96 CALM      29.44S
RUTLAND        CLOUDY    41  34  75 W7        29.50S
SPRINGFIELD    CLOUDY    42  34  73 W9        29.50R
BENNINGTON     CLOUDY    40  33  76 SW5       29.56R
$$

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



                        LSC WEATHER CENTER FORECAST
               [1]Lyndon State College Meteorology Home Page
                     5:00 PM, Sunday December 16, 2001
                    STUDENT METEOROLOGIST: Matthew Lagor
       ** The latest forecast for Northeast & North Central Vermont**
       ** The area bounded by Waterbury, St. Johnsbury, and Newport**

   This will be the last Student Forecast of the semester. Forecasts will
                           resume by mid January.

   Tonight: Temperatures will remain on the cool side tonight, with low
   temperatures dropping in to the lower teens. Skies will increase in
   cloudiness as the night progresses and wind will be calm.

   Monday: Snow likely by late afternoon as a system makes its's way in
   from the south. We may see 1-2 inches of snowfall accumulation by
   sunset. Temperatures will be in the upper 20's with calm winds.

   Monday Night: A warm front associated with the low pressure system,
   will keep temperatures just above freezing. As a result we may see a
   change over from snow to sleet or freezing rain.

   Tuesday: By early afternoon we will yet again see another change in
   precipitation type as colder air moves in changing the freezing rain
   back over to snow. Snowfall accumulations will be on the order of 1-2
   inches. High temperatures will be just below freezing and overnight
   lows will drop into the lower 20's.

                             Extended Forecast

   Wednesday: Skies will remain most cloudy with a chance of snow
   showers. Temperatures will be in the mid 30's.

   Thursday: Chance of snow yet again with expected high temperatures
   will be in the lower 30's. Thursday night will be a bit on the chilly
   side as temperatures will drop in to the upper teens.

   Friday: Skies will finally begin to clear up as a high pressure builds
   in from the south. Temperatures will remain on the cool side with
   highs again in the lower 30's and lows in the upper teens.

                            Forecast Discussion

   The recent weather pattern that provided snowfall across the area
   looks as if it will repeat itself this week. Currently there are two
   low pressure systems, one to our northwest and one near the eastern
   portions of Texas. The Low in Canada will be pulling some cold
   Canadian air into the area, giving way to overnight lows for most of
   the week in the upper teens. The system to the south will slowly glide
   up the eartern seaboard and makes its' way into our area by tomorrow
   night. Similar to the storm that occured this weekend, this system
   will be pulling in extensive amounts of moisture streaming from the
   Gulf of Mexico. All models show that once this system reaches our area
   it will be reluctant to leave. So we can expect wintery conditions
   throughout most of the week until finally a high rushes in on Friday
   and kicks the low offshore. Expect a Winter Weather Advisory to be in
   effect by late tomorrow night, as a mix of snow and freezing rain
   could cause some dangerous conditions on the roadways. So for all
   students and other travelers going home to see their families during
   the holiday season be cautious of the road conditions and drive
   carefully.

References

   1. http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/

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