Haley Bouley, Local 22 & Local 44

Haley Bouley

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Past articles by Haley:

Snow rolls in tonight

Light to moderate snow is rolling into the region tonight, with the flakes beginning for the Champlain Valley past midnight. We’ll keep flakes through day Tuesday, with a dusting to 2 inches on the way for the Champlain Valley and parts of the Northeast Kingdom… the mid-slopes range between 2-4″ and the mountain peaks cash in on 4-8″ Temperatures Tuesday reach the mid 30’s which will help road… → Read More

How much snow will your community see?

How much snow will your community see? → Read More

Snow showers wrap up this evening

Temperatures have fallen rapidly over the course of the morning and early afternoon. Still holding on to some warmth just past 3 PM near Keene and Southern New England. In the mean time we picked up a decent coating of ice this morning. Light snow continue to fall through the Champlain Valley and into the higher mountain peaks, making for some slick roads especially through the Bolton and… → Read More

Icy Friday morning commute

Conditions will go down hill as we move towards midnight. → Read More

The arctic air is rolling in

A snow squall warning is in place for St. Lawrence, Franklin and Clinton Counties until 9:45 PM! This line of snow is moving to the east at 65 MPH and is leading to a fast drop in visibility with wind gusts up to 35 mph! This is ahead of an arctic cold front that is bringing the region some of the coldest air we’ve experienced in years. By morning we’re all below zero and we stay that way all… → Read More

Brutally cold wind chills by the weekend

Were in for a bit of a chilly Tuesday, with wind chill in the single digits to start the day. But that’s nothing compared to what were expecting to roll in Saturday Morning! → Read More

More snow showers for the weekend

Partial sunshine is coming our way Friday with temperatures spiking into the upper 20’s and lower 30’s. By afternoon a few snow showers develop off of Lake Ontario passing through the region especially for the North Country. More snow shower roll in for Saturday morning, all in all a dusting to two inches is expected. Have a great night! → Read More

Heavy snow this evening

Were continuing with the heavy bands of snow this evening. Anyone in the North Country just see a flash or hear a rumble! The radar picked up on a bolt of lightning near Lyon Mountain, Dannemora and Ellenburg around 7:10 PM! Here is a look at snowfall totals so far as of 10:00 PM: → Read More

Tough travel Wednesday night and Thursday morning

It’s a chilly start to Wednesday, with may spots finding readings in the single digits and teens! We’re also starting off the day with a few breaks of blues sky, but that’s not lasting long as our next system approaches from the west, with snow overspreading the region during the afternoon and evening. We start of with a heavy burst of snow which makes for some tough evening travel, before… → Read More

More snow Wednesday night into Thursday

Were anticipating a passing cold front Tuesday that is expected to bring the region snow showers or snow squalls through early afternoon. Some of those squalls bring gusty winds, a quick burst of heavy snow, and poor visibility that could make for some hairy driving conditions. Temperatures reach the mid 30’s and snowfall totals range from a dusting to two inches. Were drying out Wednesday, but… → Read More

Weather: Snow overspreads the region tonight

The snow is overspreading the region as we speak and continues to fall at a moderate rate through daybreak. Poor visibility and heavy snowfall rates continue for southern zones during the morning commute so take it slow! Overnight lows are dipping into the upper 20’s, and through Monday’s forecast the snow tapers off in northern zones while southern zones continue with the flake through the… → Read More

Mixed precipitation ends today ahead of next storm system

Roads are occasionally slick this morning, especially in the higher elevations. A double-barreled low pressure system will bring two pushes of precipitation Thursday afternoon and evening. → Read More

A warmer winters impact on local economies

Snow is the backbones of our local economy during the winter time here in the Northeast. Ski towns like Jeffersonville, Ludlow, and East Burke rely on the tourist dollars that come from visitors looking to ski and ride on mountains like Smugglers Notch, Okemo and Burke Mountain. We know that winter is our fastest warming season… and in the Northeast were finding more and more of winter’s… → Read More

Light snow showers continue into the new week

We’re kicking off Monday with some lake effect bands of snow through the Adirondacks. Skies are partly to mostly cloudy and temperatures climb to the mid to upper 20’s with wind chills lingering in the teens. → Read More

Weather: More snow overnight!

Weather: More snow overnight! → Read More

Weather: Snow overspread the region tonight

It’s our first big storm of the season! Are you ready? There are a ton of schools that are playing it safe and calling off classes tomorrow. To check the status of your local school click here: If you don’t have to travel tomorrow… don’t! If you do have to travel… drive slow! → Read More

Champlain Valley, Northern New York and Montreal

Posted: Nov 24, 2022 / 07:22 PM EST Updated: Nov 24, 2022 / 07:22 PM EST → Read More

Weather: Lingering snow showers Thursday

Posted: Nov 16, 2022 / 07:36 PM EST Updated: Nov 16, 2022 / 11:36 PM EST → Read More

Champlain Valley, Northern New York and Montreal

Posted: Oct 27, 2022 / 11:13 PM EDT Updated: Oct 27, 2022 / 11:13 PM EDT → Read More

Northeast Kingdom

Posted: Oct 24, 2022 / 07:07 PM EDT Updated: Oct 24, 2022 / 07:32 PM EDT → Read More