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Updated Friday, March 7th, 2014
The polar vortex is bidding adieu! For the first time this month, temperatures will hit the 30s today and it will be mostly sunny. Much the same conditions will prevail for the weekend, so the best of the season is ahead. Skiing surfaces are excellent and coverage is deep. Almost every center is operating at 100% capability. Some are saying that the conditions are the best of this season.
Sunny and cold. Highs in the upper teens to mid 20s. Winds light, mainly north this morning less than 10 mph, and variable this afternoon. Arctic high pressure is centered very close to Montreal this morning, bringing sub-zero readings south to northern PA this morning, with our local cold spots in the 20s below. This high pressure system is very dry, which means brilliant March sun, giving a considerable boost to the thermometers – recovering to the upper teens to mid 20s this afternoon. This, along with light winds, should make it feel much warmer than the actual temperature, a welcomed change. The high will slide to our east tonight, but for areas east of the Green Mountains, clear skies and light winds will again permit subzero readings – mainly single numbers with teens below in the cold spots, while a light south wind stirs west of the Green Mountains, limiting the temperature fall to single numbers either side of zero.
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