After a very icy night across much of southern/eastern VT and NH with freezing rain coating many surfaces in a thin glaze of ice, we will head to near record warm high temperatures about 24 hours later on Wednesday evening.
A warm front will lift toward New England by Wednesday, bringing temps gradually into the mid 40s and low 50s for many areas late Wednesday. A strong wind from the south-southwest will pull in that warmer air. Winds will be strongest in the mountains at 55-70mph. BUT, many areas west of the Green mountains will have sustained winds of around 20-30 mph, with gusts to near 55 mph at times. Power outages will likely occur Wednesday/Wednesday night.