Morrisonville NY USA Weather Tomorrow and Today

Morrisonville NY USA Weather Tomorrow and Today 2.28.2022 and 2.27.2022, temp currently is Overcast

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Wind Speed
S 8 mph

29.80 in (1009.6 mb)

18°F (-8°C)

10.00 mi

Wind Chill22°F (-6°C)
Last update

27 Feb 8:53 am EST

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7 Day Morrisonville NY USA Weather Tomorrow and Today 2.28.2022 and 2.27.2022

Heavy Snowand AreasBlowing SnowHigh: 31 °F

Chance SnowShowers thenPartly CloudyLow: -1 °F

SunnyHigh: 15 °F

Partly CloudyLow: 2 °F

Mostly Cloudythen ChanceSnow ShowersHigh: 28 °F

Chance SnowShowers thenMostly CloudyLow: 17 °F

Partly SunnyHigh: 28 °F

Mostly Cloudythen ChanceSnow ShowersLow: 13 °F

Partly SunnyHigh: 21 °F

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TodaySnow showers likely, mainly before 4pm. The snow could be heavy at times. Areas of blowing snow after 3pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 31. Southwest wind 13 to 16 mph becoming northwest in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 34 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. TonightA 30 percent chance of snow showers, mainly before 7pm. Partly cloudy, with a low around -1. Wind chill values as low as -14. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 32 mph. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. MondaySunny, with a high near 15. Wind chill values as low as -17. Northwest wind 6 to 10 mph. Monday NightPartly cloudy, with a low around 2. Wind chill values as low as -8. West wind around 5 mph becoming light and variable. TuesdayA 40 percent chance of snow showers after 1pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 28. South wind 6 to 9 mph. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Tuesday NightA 30 percent chance of snow showers before 10pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 17. South wind 5 to 7 mph becoming west in the evening. WednesdayPartly sunny, with a high near 28. Northwest wind 3 to 6 mph. Wednesday NightA 30 percent chance of snow showers after 1am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 13. Light west wind. ThursdayPartly sunny, with a high near 21. Northwest wind 5 to 10 mph increasing to 12 to 17 mph in the afternoon. Thursday NightPartly cloudy, with a low around 6. West wind 10 to 16 mph. FridayMostly sunny, with a high near 23. West wind around 10 mph. Friday NightPartly cloudy, with a low around 11. West wind around 7 mph. SaturdayMostly sunny, with a high near 30. Southwest wind around 5 mph becoming light and variable in the morning.

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FXUS61 KBTV 271434

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Burlington VT
934 AM EST Sun Feb 27 2022

Light snow and gusty winds will combine to create areas of
blowing snow and reduced visibility this morning, mainly across
northern New York. Gusts up to 45 mph are possible, in addition
to snow accumulations of 2 to 6 inches. This afternoon, a strong
cold front will pass from northwest to southeast and is likely
to produce snow squalls through this evening. Travel may be
impacted. Below normal temperatures are expected late tonight
with wind chill values as low as 15 to 25 below zero by Monday


As of 930 AM EST Sunday…Some light snow is affecting much of
Northern New York and parts of Northern Vermont. Our forecast
has this covered well. Continuing to look at potential for snow
squalls today beginning around noon in Northern New York. Did
not have to make any big changes to the forecast this morning as
things are on track. Previous discussion follows.

The forecast remains on track this morning with light lake
effect snow showers occurring across portions of northern New
York and into northern Vermont. Wind gusts are struggling to mix
down at the moment, but are still expected to increase during
the early morning hours as winds increase aloft. This will cause
areas of blowing snow and reduced visibility.

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for southeastern
Saint Lawrence and southern Franklin counties in New York until
7 PM for snow accumulations up to 6 inches. A Wind Chill
Advisory is now in effect for portions of the Adirondacks and
the Northeast Kingdom in Vermont early on Monday morning for
wind chills as low as 25 below.

We`ll continue to see light to moderate snow across northern
New York and portions of far northern Vermont this morning,
driven by synoptic ascent. Favorable jet dynamics paired with
lake enhanced moisture streaming downwind of Lake Ontario will
result in 1 to 4 inches of snow, mainly across northern New York
between 9 AM and 1 PM. The low-level jet will remain overhead
during this time, and gusty winds up to 45 mph are possible,
especially along east-facing downslope regions of the eastern
Adirondacks and southern Green Mountains. Areas of blowing snow
and reduced visibility are again expected. By this afternoon, we
will see the passage of a strong cold front from northwest to
southeast followed by a re-enforcing shortwave aloft. Forecast
soundings continue to show a deep mixed layer (though now a
little less than 10,000 ft) and an axis of instability along the
front up to 100 J/kg of CAPE. Ultimately, this means that snow
squalls are likely to be generated by the passing cold front,
capable of producing brief heavy show showers, strong winds,
blowing snow, and sudden reductions in visibility. Snow squall
activity is most likley to occur between 1 PM and 7 PM.
Additional snow accumulations of 1 to 2 inches are possible from
the snow squalls.

Winds will remain brisk in the wake of the cold front, becoming
northwesterly. Much cooler temperatures will be ushered into
the North Country with lows dropping into the single digits
above and below zero. Combined with winds of 5-10 mph, wind
chill values will drop as low as 15 to 25 below zero during the
early morning hours on Monday. High pressure will then settle
across the region during the day on Monday. Plenty of sunshine
can be expected though temperatures will remain below normal
with highs only in the teens.


As of 404 AM EST Sunday…Another cold night is on tap Monday
night with overnight lows generally dipping in the single digits
around zero F. The night will start with strong radiational
cooling under clear skies and light winds. However, clouds are
expected to begin increasing west to east after midnight. Should
clouds be slower to arrive, the North Country could see lows
drop 5 to 10F lower with low ranging -5 to -15F.

The mean long wave trough will remain across the Northeast for
midweek with unblocked downstream flow. This will keep a
progressive pattern in place at least through Thursday night
with a couple of waves expected to quickly push through the
region. A clipper type system is expected Tuesday through
Tuesday night that could bring some light snow accumulations to
the region. Changes from previous runs were to increase QPF by a
few hundredths up to 0.1″ and subsequent snow amounts by about
an inch. Expected accumulations are now 1 to 3 inches with
higher totals across the northern New York and the Green
Mountains. Lower totals can be expected across the Champlain
Valley where westerly flow will shadow out some of the
precipitation amounts.


As of 404 AM EST Sunday…Another wave is expected for
Wednesday through early Thursday, but model guidance has become
very split on its track. There are some indicators pointing to
it dropping just south of the North Country resulting in lower
snow potential while other guidance remains bullish on pushing
the low directly across northern New York and southern Vermont.
Some snow accumulations will be possible, but the spread on
amounts is highly variable. Still, accumulations will be on the
lighter side regardless of track given the speed of the system
with totals potentially ranging from a dusting up to 4 inches.

The overall pattern is still forecast to amplify late in the
week and over the weekend, but timing has shifted more towards
Saturday than early Friday. This isn`t too surprising since
pattern amplifications usually slow progression of waves and
models tend to be a little slower to pick up on the trend. Since
timing and placement of major features will be an issue, opted
for a blended approach to precipitation chances. Temperatures
will likely warm over the weekend into early next week with
ridging building across the Ohio River Valley and troughing
deepening over the Central Plains. Jet maxima are projected to
move off the Rockies generating strongly baroclinic surface lows
over the plains and tracking them northeastward. Sometime over
the weekend, a warm front could push through the region bringing
chances of mixed precipitation types and a phase change from
snow to rain. Details on how much liquid, when phases will
change, and how warm it will get are bounded by low certainty
this far out. However, another warmer period is becoming
increasingly likely.


Through 12Z Monday…A mix of MVFR and VFR conditions exist
across the airspace with scattered light snow showers. The
exception is KSLK where steady lake effect snow showers have
resulted in IFR visibility. This will continue to be the trend
through the morning hours with WSW winds of 10-15 knots and
gusts up to 30 knots. This may result in blowing snow at most
terminals. At about 17z, a cold front will approach from the
north, and winds will begin to shift southwest to west with
ceilings becoming 2500-3500 ft agl. A band of heavy snow showers
is very likely as the front moves south, reaching KMSS about
17Z- 19Z, KPBG/KSLK/KBTV/KEFK around 19Z- 21Z, KMPV around 21Z-
23Z, and perhaps not reaching KRUT until just before or after
00Z Monday. Brief gusty winds, sharply reduced visibility down
to 1/2sm possible with these heavy snow showers, with conditions
quickly drying behind the front and winds becoming northwest.


Monday: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Monday Night: VFR. NO SIG WX.
Tuesday: Mainly VFR, with areas MVFR possible. Chance SHSN.
Tuesday Night: Mainly MVFR, with areas VFR possible. Chance SHSN.
Wednesday: Mainly VFR, with local MVFR possible. Slight chance
Wednesday Night: Mainly MVFR, with local IFR possible. Chance
Thursday: VFR/MVFR conditions possible. Slight chance SHSN.


VT…Wind Chill Advisory from 1 AM to 10 AM EST Monday for VTZ003-
NY…Wind Chill Advisory from 1 AM to 10 AM EST Monday for
Winter Weather Advisory until 7 PM EST this evening for NYZ029-


NEAR TERM…Hammond/Neiles

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