This two day period of Tuesday and Wednesday was looking extremely bleak
even 36 hours ago with 40s and periods of heavy rain for both days.  Now,
we've got a general 3-7" along the Green Mountain spine and eastward.  New
Hampshire was really the winner here with more widespread 5-8" in central
New Hampshire.  The situation for tomorrow is pretty tricky, though.

A cold front will slowly sag southward tonight and appears to set up
somewhere in the vicinity of Glens Falls-Rutland-Lebanon-North Conway...or
slightly north of that line.  Snow will fall north of that area with a
possible mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain in and around that line. 
South of there, sleet, freezing rain and rain will be the rule for Wednesday.

Precipitation will come in two waves, a heavy burst of snow should drop an
initial 2-5" late Wednesday morning before tapering off during the
afternoon.  Snow will then redevelop Wednesday evening with an additional
2-3" on Wednesday night.  Total 24hr accumulations by 7am Thursday will be
4-8" at the ski resorts from SB/MRG northward.  South of there, it will get
cold enough to snow on Wednesday night with 2-4" from Killington to Mt. Snow
for Thursday morning.  Here in the Champlain Valley, I'm expecting 3-6" of
total snowfall by Thursday morning.

This snowfall will bring two-day totals to near a foot in many spots and I
suspect the SB-Jay corridor total is somewhere around 10-14".  Of course,
its warmed up a little bit with scattered rain showers this afternoon, but
this denser snow will cover up the ice nicely while building the base.

Another decent snow producer looks pegged for Saturday night and Sunday as a
clipper dives into the Ohio Valley and redevelops off the New England coast.
 Models want to stall this in the Maritimes and if the last three runs of
the GFS are near-correct, we could have a decent widespread clipper snow
event transition to a significant upslope snowstorm late Sunday into Monday.
 The overall synoptic features are falling into place for snow to fall from
Saturday night into Monday in the mountains with potentially heavy
accumulations.  Stay Tuned.


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