Winter Storm Watch
Statement as of 10:48 AM EDT on March 11, 2014
... Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from Wednesday morning
through Thursday morning...
* locations... central Mohawk Valley... helderbergs... Schoharie
valley... Saratoga Glens Falls areas... the northern Berkshires
and southern Vermont.
* Hazard types... heavy snow... .mixed with sleet and freezing
* Maximum snowfall rates... one inch per hour possible Wednesday
afternoon and evening.
* Timing... snow will begin early in the day on Wednesday. The
snow will mix with rain... sleet and freezing rain. Mixed
precipitation will change back to snow Wednesday evening then
continue into the night.
* Snow and sleet accumulations... 7 or more inches possible.
* Ice accumulations... up to two tenths of an inch possible.
* Impacts... snow and ice covered roads and low visibility will
make for potentially dangerous travel.
* Winds... northeast winds increasing to 10 to 20 mph during the
day... then shifting to the northwest at night. Gusts up to 30
* Temperatures... highs in the mid to upper 30s... falling to the
teens and single digits late at night.
A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow... sleet... or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
Nearby Radar Stations
- East Arlington
- East Dorset
- Manchester Center
- North Bennington
- North Dorset
- North Pownal
- North Shaftsbury
- Old Bennington
- Pownal Center
- South Dorset
- South Shaftsbury
- West Arlington
- West Rupert