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999
FPUS51 KBTV 180756
ZFPVT

ZONE FORECASTS FOR VERMONT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
356 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

VTZ013-014-181900-
BENNINGTON-WINDHAM-
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
356 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

.TODAY...CLOUDY EARLY THIS MORNING WITH PATCHY FOG. CHANCE OF LIGHT
RAIN IN THE LOWLANDS. CHANCE OF LIGHT RAIN OR SNOW AT THE HIGHER
ELEVATIONS. PARTLY SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS 50 TO 55. SOUTHWEST
WIND AROUND 10 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION 30 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOWS 30 TO 35. LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS.
.MONDAY...THICKENING CLOUDS. CHANCE OF SHOWERS LATE IN THE DAY. HIGHS
IN THE MID 50S. CHANCE OF RAIN 30 PERCENT.

$$

VTZ001-002-005-009-181900-
GRAND ISLE-FRANKLIN-CHITTENDEN-ADDISON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ST ALBANS...BURLINGTON...SOUTH BURLINGTON...
WINOOSKI...VERGENNES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
356 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

.TODAY...VARIABLE CLOUDINESS. CHANCE OF A SHOWER. HIGH 50 TO 55.
NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 30 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE MID 30S. LIGHT NORTH WIND.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF AFTERNOON SHOWERS.
HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S. CHANCE OF RAIN 40 PERCENT.

$$

VTZ003-004-006>008-010-181900-
ORLEANS-ESSEX-LAMOILLE-CALEDONIA-WASHINGTON-ORANGE-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...NEWPORT...BARRE...MONTPELIER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
356 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

.TODAY...VARIABLE CLOUDINESS. CHANCE OF SHOWERS. HIGH AROUND 50.
NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 20 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 40 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...VARIABLE CLOUDS. LOW 30 TO 35. LIGHT WIND.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF AFTERNOON SHOWERS. HIGH
AROUND 50. CHANCE OF RAIN 40 PERCENT.

$$

VTZ011-012-181900-
RUTLAND-WINDSOR-
INCLUDING THE CITY OF...RUTLAND
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
356 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

.TODAY...VARIABLE CLOUDINESS. CHANCE OF A SHOWER. HIGH 50 TO 55.
NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 15 MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 30 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE LOWER TO MID 30S. LIGHT WIND.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF AFTERNOON SHOWERS. HIGH 50
TO 55. CHANCE OF RAIN 40 PERCENT.

$$





                          National Weather Service

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FXUS61 KBTV 180522
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
125 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

IF YOU WERE OUT OF TOWN YESTERDAY...YOU WOULDN/T HAVE MISSED MUCH AS
THE SAME OLE WX PTRN WL CONTINUE INTO ERLY/MID WEEK.  DEEP TROF/
CYCLONIC FLOW ACRS ERN US WL CONT FOR SVRL MORE DAYS WITH SVRL MINOR
ULVL S/W AND SFC TROFS MV THRU THE FLOW.

THE PROOF IS IN THE DETAILS...SFC TROF ENTERING ST LWRNC VLY ATTM
HAS A BAND OF -SHRA ASSOC WITH IT AND WL CONT TO MV ACRS FA TDY.
ALSO...ANY SUN WL HELP DESTABILZE LLVLS WITH STEEP LAPSE RATES AS
EVIDENCE BY 15-16C DFRNC BTWN T1-T5.

.TNGT...LACK OF ANY SGNFCT FEATURES TO HANG YOUR HAT (OR FCST) ON
WITH LOSS OF DIURNAL HEATING SHLD YIELD PTLY CLDY/VRBL CLDS AND LACK
OF -SHRA ACTVTY.

.MON...REPLENISHING S/W AND SFC TROF WITH SOME COOLER AIR ALOFT WL
ALLOW ACCOUNT FOR DESTABILIZATION AND -SHRA ACTVTY...ESP AFTN HRS.

WX HISTORY...TWO YEARS AGO (1997) A NOR'EASTER PLAGUED THE NORTHEAST
WITH A HEAVY WET SNOW ACCUMULATION IN EXCESS OF ONE FOOT FOR
PORTIONS OF CHMPL VLY AND ADRNDKS.

SO...IT COULD BE WORSE?!

WRKZONES WL BE AVBL ARD 2 AM VIA ADMBTV.

.BTV...NONE.

SLW




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FXUS61 KBTV 180120
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
920 PM EDT SAT APR 17 1999

COLD POOL ALF AND DAYTM HEATG COMBINED TO PROD NMRS SHWRS AND SOME
SML HAIL ACRS FA TAFTN.  KCXX SHWS SHWRS DECRG IN CVRG AS COLDEST
AIR ALF MVS EAST AND HTG IS LOST.  BEST H8-H5 LPS RATES THRU 06Z
THEN MID LVLS STABILIZE SOME.  STILL SOME SHWRS BACK ACRS ONT PER
CNDN COMP RDR SO KEPT SHWRS GOING FOR OVRNGT AS SFC TROF SWINGS
THRU LTR TNGT...BUT SCALED POPS TO CHC.  MDL SNDGS SHW FRZG LVL LWRG
TO ABT 2K FT OVRNGT SO ADDED SNW FOR NRN HIR TRRN.  PREV TMPS LOOK
GOOD...MADE JUST A FEW MINOR ADJSTMENTS.  OTHER CHG WAS TO BEEF UP
WNDS FOR TMRW BASED ON STEEP LL LPS RATES WHICH WL RSLT IN GOOD
MIXG.

.BTV...NONE.

KJC




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FXUS61 KBTV 171808
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
210 PM EDT SAT APR 17 1999

CONVECTION COMBINED WITH COLD AIR ALOFT ENOUGH TO PRODUCE SOME
SMALL HAIL THIS AFTERNOON. HAD IT HERE AT THE AIRPORT. NO REPORTS OF
THUNDER ANYWHERE.

SHOWERS SHOULD DISSIPATE DURING THE EVENING HOURS AS CONVECTION
PRIMARILY A FUNCTION OF COLD AIR ALOFT. ADDED MENTION OF SMALL HAIL
AS UPPER LOW AND COLDEST AIR MOVING ACROSS REGION THIS EVENING.

H5 LOW MOVES BY LATER TONIGHT AND FORECAST AREA IN BETWEEN SHORT
WAVES. KEPT CHANCE OF SHOWER SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN FORECAST AS DIURNAL
SHOWERS MAY DEVELOP. SHOULD BE MORE SCATTERED THEN AS COLDEST AIR AT
H7 AND H5 PULLS TO THE EAST AND LAPSE RATES NOT AS STEEP.

DID NOT INCLUDE MENTION OF PRECIPITATION SUNDAY NIGHT. COLD POOL
ALOFT AND NEXT SHORT WAVE SHOULD BRING SCATTERED SHOWERS AND PERHAPS
MORE HAIL REPORTS ON MONDAY. MAY EVEN BE SOME SNOW ACROSS HIGHEST
TERRAIN...KEPT THIS OUT OF ZONES AS THIS SHOULD OCCUR ONLY NEAR
THE SUMMITS.

EXTENDED FORECAST LOOKS VERY UNSETTLED WITH LOW PRESSURE TRACKING
JUST SOUTH OF FORECAST AREA LATER ON TUESDAY AND THROUGH WEDNESDAY.
COLD ENOUGH TO MENTION SNOW. BACKLASH ON THURSDAY AND SO WILL
NEED TO KEEP MENTION OF PRECIPITATION ACROSS ALL BUT FAR WEST ZONES
THAT DAY AS WELL.

.BTV...NONE

DIGIORGI




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   This data is from the [1]IWIN (Interactive Weather Information
   Network)

References

   1. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/main.html


999
ASUS51 KALB 181002
SWRVT

VERMONT STATE HOURLY WEATHER ROUNDUP
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
600 AM EDT SUN APR 18 1999

CITY           SKY/WX   TEMP DEWPT RH  WIND    PRES    REMARKS

VTZ001>014-181100-

.... VERMONT ....

BURLINGTON     CLOUDY    41   37   86  S6      29.65R
MONTPELIER     CLOUDY    36   35   96  CALM    29.66R
RUTLAND         N/A      41   36   82  CALM    29.66R
ST JOHNSBURY    N/A      37   37  100  CALM    29.62R
SPRINGFIELD    FOG       36   36  100  CALM    29.67R  VSB<1/4
MORRISVILLE    CLOUDY    39   38   96  CALM    29.63S
BENNINGTON     CLOUDY    42   39   89  SW9     29.70R

.......... KEY ..........
    WCI - WIND CHILL INDEX
    VSB - VISIBILITY IN MILES
    HX  - HEAT INDEX
    FAIR- INDICATES FEW OR NO CLOUDS BELOW 12,000 FEET, WITH NO
          SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AND/OR OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISIBILITY

$$



                        _LSC WEATHER CENTER FORECAST
                      5:00 PM, Saturday April 17, 1999
                   STUDENT METEOROLOGIST: Damian Lampman_
       _** The latest forecast for Northeast & North Central Vermont**
       ** The area bounded by Waterbury, St. Johnsbury, and Newport**_


   _
   This Evening/Tonight: Mostly cloudy with rain showers, becoming less
   numerous late at night. Some wet snow or sleet may mix in with the
   rain from time to time and especially at the higher elevations.
   Temperatures falling back into the mid-30's, along with a light and
   variable wind.

   Sunday: Mostly cloudy with the chance of some isolated rain showers.
   Highs reaching into the upper-40's to around 50. The wind will be from
   the west at 5-10 mph.

   Sunday Night: Continued mostly cloudy with the just a slight chance of
   an rain or snow shower early. Temperatures dipping down into the
   lower-30's. The wind will be light and variable.

   Monday: The mostly cloudy and cool weather will continue into the new
   work week, with temperatures once again topping out only in the
   upper-40's. There will also be the chance of some more isolated rain
   showers. The wind will be from the west at around 5 mph.

                             Extended Forecast

   Tuesday: Partly sunny and warmer. Highs in the lower-50's. Lows in the
   mid-30's.

   Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain showers. Highs in the
   upper-40's. Lows in the mid-30's.

   Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the 50's. Lows in the
   30's.

                            Forecast Discussion


   The damp and dreary weather will be will us in the North Counrty for
   the next 48 hours, as area of low pressure passes over our area this
   evening to merge with an upper-level feature over the Canadian
   Maritines. This setup will be giving our area some rain showers
   through tonight, and the the threat of some isolated showers thru
   Monday. There is the possiblilty of some snow or sleet mixing in with
   the rain tonight as there is some rather cold air aloft which could
   cause the mix of liquid and frozen precipitation. The weather beyond
   Monday looks to improve only slighly, with the possiblity of some
   sunshine existing for Tuesday, but a return to the chance of showers
   for Wednesday. Beyond the showers of mid-week the the sun and mild
   temperatures that we all expect for spring should start to make a
   return.

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