Recreational Report
Issued by NWS Burlington, VT

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Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Burlington VT
311 PM EDT Thu Mar 30 2017

.The Lake Champlain Forecast...

.TONIGHT...North winds 5 to 10 knots...becoming northeast after
midnight. Waves 1 foot or less. A slight chance of snow after
midnight. Visibility 3 to 5 miles after midnight.
.FRIDAY...Southeast winds increasing to 5 to 15 knots. Waves 1
foot or less. A chance of snow or rain in the morning...then rain
in the afternoon. Visibility 1 mile or less.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Southeast winds 5 to 15 knots. Waves 1 to 2 feet.
Snow or rain. Visibility 1 mile or less.
.SATURDAY...North winds around 5 knots. Waves 1 foot or less. Snow
in the morning...then a chance of rain or snow in the afternoon.
Visibility 1 mile or less.

Wave heights are for ice free areas.

The ultraviolet index for Friday will be a 3. This is in the moderate
category.

Latest Level and Temperature Data from Around Lake Champlain
                                Level           Temperature
USGS gage at Rouses Point NY    96.74 feet
USGS gage at Burlington VT      96.86 feet      35 degrees
King Street Ferry Dock          96.80 feet      35 degrees
USGS gage at Port Henry NY      96.97 feet
Colchester Reef                                 35 degrees
Diamond Island                                  34 degrees

&&

.The Higher Summits Forecast for Vermont and Northern New York...

.TONIGHT...Cloudy. A chance of snow after midnight. Lows in the mid
20s. Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph...becoming southeast 10 to 20 mph
after midnight.
.FRIDAY...Summits obscured in clouds. Snow likely in the morning...
then snow in the afternoon. Near steady temperatures in the mid to
upper 20s. Southeast winds 15 to 30 mph.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Summits obscured in clouds. Snow. Lows in the mid
20s. Southeast winds 30 to 45 mph. Wind chill values in the
single digits above zero.
.SATURDAY...Summits obscured in clouds. Snow in the morning...then
snow likely in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 20s. East winds
30 to 45 mph...becoming northeast 15 to 30 mph in the afternoon.
Wind chill values in the single digits above zero.

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