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999
FPUS51 KBTV 270720
ZFPVT

ZONE FORECASTS FOR VERMONT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
319 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

VTZ013-014-271500-
BENNINGTON-WINDHAM-
319 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

.TODAY...COOL WITH SUNSHINE MIXING WITH FAIR WEATHER CLOUDS LATER
THIS MORNING. HIGH IN THE MID 50S.
NORTH WIND 10 TO 15 MPH.
.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE MID 30S. WIND BECOMING LIGHT AND
VARIABLE.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH 55 TO 60.$$

VTZ001-271500-
GRAND ISLE-
319 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

.TODAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER 50S. NORTHWEST WIND
10 TO 20 MPH.
.TONIGHT...BECOMING MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW IN THE LOWER 30S. NORTHWEST
WIND BECOMING LIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH NEAR 60.$$

VTZ002-005-009-271500-
FRANKLIN-CHITTENDEN-ADDISON-
INCLUDING ST ALBANS...BURLINGTON...SOUTH BURLINGTON...WINOOSKI...
VERGENNES
319 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

.TODAY...PARTLY SUNNY...WITH AFTERNOON SPRINKLES IN THE HIGHER
TERRAIN. HIGH IN THE MID TO UPPER 50S. NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 20 MPH.
.TONIGHT...BECOMING MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW IN THE LOWER 30S. NORTHWEST
WIND BECOMING LIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH NEAR 60.$$

VTZ003-004-006>008-010-271500-
ORLEANS-ESSEX-LAMOILLE-CALEDONIA-WASHINGTON-ORANGE-
INCLUDING NEWPORT...BARRE...MONTPELIER
319 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

.TODAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED AFTERNOON SPRINKLES. HIGH IN
THE MID TO UPPER 50S. NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 20 MPH.
.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW 30 TO 35. NORTHWEST WIND BECOMING LIGHT
AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH AFTERNOON SPRINKLES OVER THE HIGHER
TERRAIN. HIGH 55 TO 60.$$

VTZ011-012-271500-
RUTLAND-WINDSOR-
319 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

.TODAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH AFTERNOON SPRINKLES IN THE HIGHER TERRAIN.
HIGH IN THE UPPER 50S. NORTHWEST WIND 10 TO 15 MPH.
.TONIGHT...BECOMING MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW IN THE LOWER 30S. LIGHT WIND.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH AROUND 60.$$




                          National Weather Service

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FXUS61 KBTV 270553
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
200 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

NSHARP FORECAST SOUNDINGS FROM 00 UTC ETA FOR KBTV/K1V4/KVSF/KSLK
SHOWING MARGINAL INSTABILITY TUESDAY AFTERNOON WITH ~200 J/KG CAPE
AND 0 TO +2 LIFTED INDEX.  LOOKS LIKE A LOT OF LOW-TOPPED CUMULUS
CONVECTION...FAVORING THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF EASTERN VERMONT...BUT NOT
ENOUGH VERTICAL DEPTH TO PRODUCE PRECIPITATION.  WILL WORD ZONES FOR
PARTLY SUNNY EXCEPT IN NORTHEASTERN VERMONT WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY AND A
FEW SPRINKLES.  MAX TEMPERATURES ABOUT 2-3F COOLER THAN MONDAY...
EXCEPT 4-6F COOLER IN SOUTHERN VERMONT.

CLOUDS WANE A BIT TONIGHT AND THERE SHOULD BE MORE RADIATIONAL
COOLING AS WINDS DROP OFF AFTER DARK.  AM LOOKING FOR MIN
TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM 20S IN THE ADIRONDACKS TO MID 30S IN THE
CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY.

A LITTLE MORE INSTABILITY INDICATED BY ETA/NGM ON WEDNESDAY WITH
SMALL RISES IN LOW-LEVEL THICKNESSES...BUT STILL NOT ENOUGH TO
WARRANT MENTION OF ANYTHING MORE THAN MOUNTAIN SPRINKLES.  HOWEVER...
MOISTURE PROFILES A BIT DRIER ON WEDNESDAY SO MOSTLY SUNNY WORDING
SHOULD SUFFICE FOR ALL BUT NORTHERN VERMONT ZONES.  MAX TEMPERATURES
ABOUT 2-4F WARMER THAN ON TUESDAY.  NORTHWESTERLY SURFACE GRADIENT
PERSISTS TO KEEP WINDS JUST UNDER BREEZY CATEGORY BOTH TUESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY.

3 TO 5 DAY...NO NEW AVN DATA TO EXAMINE SO NO CHANGES RECOMMENDED TO
EXTENDED PACKAGE.

ST. JEAN

.BTV...NONE.




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FXUS61 KBTV 270022
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
825 PM EDT MON APR 26 1999

CDFNT PUSHED THRU FA ERLR TDY WITH LTL FANFARE BUT DID MAKE SOME
NOISE AND PROVIDE A LIGHT SHOW FOR PTNS OF SRN NH/ME LATE THIS AFTN.
STG S/W ROTATING ACRS FA ERLR THIS EVENING (CLRLY SHWS UP ON SAT
IMAGERY) WITH SOME -SHRA AND EVEN SOME -SHSN IN HIER ELEVATIONS LIKE
WEST DANVILLE VERMONT AND LAKE PLACID NEW YORK.  SOME DRIER AIR
IMMEDIATELY BEHIND DEPARTING S/W BUT PLENTY OF LOW CLDS UPSTREAM
ACRS QUEBEC/ONTATIO...SO WL STAY WITH MSTLY CLDY WRDG.

CRNT FCST LOOKS ON TRACK.

.BTV...NONE.

SLW




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FXUS61 KBTV 261826
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
220 PM EDT MON APR 26 1999

CDFNT PUSHING THRU SOUTHERN PTN FA ATTM.  KCXX INDICATING A FEW SHWRS
ALG THE BOUNDARY...BUT VERY LITTLE ELSE IN WAY OF PCPN ACRS NORTH
COUNTRY EARLY THIS PM.  BEHIND THE FRONT...PLENTY OF BRKS IN THE CLD
CVR...SO DESPITE THE ONSET OF CAA...TEMPS HAVE NOT FALLEN OFF AT ALL
TO THIS POINT.

STLT PICS INDICATE MORE EXTENSIVE CLD CVR UPSTREAM NORTH OF THE
BORDER ASSOCD WITH A SERIES OF SHRTWVS WHICH WL BE PIVOTING ACRS FA
THRU TUES.  THE STRONGEST OF THESE DISTURBANCES WL BE MOVG ACRS RGN
THIS EVENING PRODUCING SCT RAIN OR SNOW SHWRS...MAINLY OVR HIR TRRN.

LLVL MSTR RMNS IN PLACE ACRS FA OVRNGT INTO TUES AM...SO XPC SKIES TO
RMN MSTLY CLDY.  AS ANOTHER SHRTWV MOVS ACRS RGN TUES AM...THERE MAY
BE A FEW SPRNKLS/FLRYS...AGAIN MAINLY OVR HIR TRRN.  SOME DRYING
EXPECTED WITH PASSAGE OF THIS FEATURE TUES PM...RESULTING IN SOME
SUNNY INTERVALS.

CUTOFF LOW DVLPS OVR MARITIMES IN RESPONSE TO THESE SHRTWVS MOVG INTO
MEAN TROF POSN.  THIS CLOSED LOW WL MOVE SLOLY EAST DURING MID/LATE
WEEK PERIOD. EACH DAY WL FEATURE MORE IN WAY OF SUNSHINE...WITH
A GRDL WARMUP AS WELL.  THIS TREND WL CONTINUE RIGHT INTO WEEKEND.

FWC/FAN TEMPS VERY SIMILAR AND GUIDANCE GENERALLY ACCEPTED.

RJS

.BTV...NONE.




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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 271002
SWRVT

VERMONT STATE HOURLY WEATHER ROUNDUP
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
600 AM EDT TUE APR 27 1999

CITY           SKY/WX   TEMP DEWPT RH  WIND    PRES    REMARKS

VTZ001>014-271100-

.... VERMONT ....

BURLINGTON     MOCLDY    39   30   70  N10     30.01R
MONTPELIER     CLOUDY    36   28   72  NW5     29.99R
RUTLAND         N/A      36   27   69  N5      29.95R
ST JOHNSBURY    N/A      40   33   76  VRB3    29.95R
SPRINGFIELD    CLEAR     41   28   60  VRB7    29.94R
MORRISVILLE    CLOUDY    39   29   67  NW10    29.99R
BENNINGTON     CLEAR     31   25   78  CALM    29.93R

.......... 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
                       5:00PM, Monday April 26, 1999
                    STUDENT METEOROLOGIST: Jeremy Davis_
       _** The latest forecast for Northeast & North Central Vermont**
       ** The area bounded by Waterbury, St. Johnsbury, and Newport**_


   _
   Tonight: Any leftover showers will come to a quick end with a few
   breaks developing in the cloudiness by morning. Lows will bottom out
   between 30 and 35 with north winds of 10 to 15 mph.

   Tuesday: Early morning cloudiness will break up during the morning,
   leaving us with a partly cloudy sky by midday. Highs will be on the
   cool side, in the lower 50's, with north winds near 10 mph.

   Tuesday Night: Mostly clear and chilly. Temperatures will drop to the
   upper 20's under light winds.

   Wednesday: Partly to mostly sunny and pleasant. Somewhat warmer with
   highs in the middle 50's under a light northerly breeze.

                             Extended Forecast

   Thursday: A sunshine special! Partly sunny with a continued warming
   trend. Look for highs near 60 with lows between 35 and 40.

   Friday: It will be feeling more like spring with partly sunny skies
   and mild temperatures in the lower to middle 60's. Temperatures will
   fall to the upper 30's at night.

   Saturday: A broken record but who's complaining! Partly sunny yet
   again with highs between 65 and 70! Lows will dip down to around 40.

                            Forecast Discussion


   A relatively dry cold front swept through the North Country today,
   producing only a few hit or miss showers. On Tuesday high pressure
   will nose down into our region from Quebec, breaking up any cloudiness
   and leading to partly sunny skies. This high will be our dominant
   weather maker for the entire week. Each day looks to be warmer than
   the previous, with partly sunny skies lasting all the way into
   Saturday. While this is terrific news for those wishing a taste of
   spring, forest fire danger will continue to increase as no rain is
   expected for the entire 5 days. In fact, it may be over a week until
   we get any rain! Be sure to be careful this week with any outdoor use
   of fire as any spark could create a wildfire.

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