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Friday, April 12, 2013

Weather Update From Rufus

    Weather Update
4/12/13   8 AM
Low pressure will move into Eastern Great Lakes region today while a secondary storm develops over Northern Virginia. That low will track up into the Gulf of Maine by early tomorrow morning before sliding south of Nova Scotia by tomorrow night. A ridge of cold high pressure to the north is supplying enough cold air to the region to bring some messy, wintry conditions with a mix of snow, sleet and even some freezing rain en route for today and tonight. Initial push of precipitation early this morning will be minor - with steadier snow and sleet holding off until later this morning. A mix of sleet, some snow and rain or freezing rain will persist into tonight- with the steadier precipitation winding down as rain showers later tonight
Today: Cloudy – snow, sleet and some rain will become steadier by midday. Highs 32-37  Eastern Townships. Snow and sleet accumulations 2-4” / except 1-2”. Winds E-NE at 10-20 mph. (20-35 km/h)
Tonight: Snow, sleet and any rain will end by 2 am. Additional snowfall from 1-2” in Maine, 2-3” Lows 28-33 . Winds N-NE at 7-15 mph or 15-25 km/h.
Saturday: Cloudy with light rain showers. Highs 47-52  Winds W-NW at 7-1 5mph / 15-25 km/h.
Icing is not expected to be an issue – we may see some light ice accretion locally – mainly from 1 pm until 7 pm tonight – mainly across elevated terrain (Berlin to Groveton and Island Pond to Coaticook.
2.  Will continue to monitor.

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