Much of Vermont is predicted to see a foot to 18 inches of snow during this weekend’s storm while some of the southern portion of the state may get 18 inches to 2 feet, according to the National Weather Service in Burlington.
Places like Manchester and Springfield are in that heavier snowfall area while Montpelier, Stow, and Saint Johnsbury fall in the 12- to 18-inch range.
The most northwest areas, like Saint Albans, may see the lightest amount of snow, a predicted 8 to 12 inches.
Snow may cause visibility issues Saturday night into Sunday morning when 1 to 2 inches may drop per hour. The snow is predicted to be “light and fluffy,” which means it may start blowing and drifting on Sunday, service meteorologists said.
Map: Here’s how much snow to expect in Vermont this weekend