Snow showers have accumulated across northern New York and Vermont Monday morning, on the order of a dusting to one inch for most and up to two inches in some of the heavier spots. Per reports on social media web sites, the National Weather Service, and webcams, the snow has been mainly confined to northern cities and towns of our viewing area.
While the snow has been light and fluffy, it has been enough to cause several accidents. The scanner in the Fox44/Abc22 newsroom has been busy with dozens of reports of vehicle accidents. Please take it easy on the roadways this morning.
The snow showers will come to an end around 9-9:30 a.m. in the Champlain Valley and then between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. for northeastern Vermont, closer to Noon for New Hampshire. Again these snow showers will mainly stay north of about U.S. Rt. 2 in Vermont, while southern areas see lighter amounts, if any.
The sky will part slightly Monday afternoon. It will be a mostly clear night tonight with clouds filling back in late. A passing coastal storm system Tuesday will yield a few light flurries, then leave by Wednesday morning. However again by Wednesday night and Thursday more snow showers will be likely with another dusting to two inches of snow.
Bottom line is we are in a bit of an active and cool weather pattern for this last week of November. The valley floors will see the least amount of snow, while summits of ski resorts could get a half-foot by Thursday afternoon (with all of these systems put together).
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-Meteorologist Steve Glazier