The NWS in Burlington is still talking about the potential icing threat but has toned it way down compared to last nights forecast discussion. Based on the latest runs it looks like the low pressure system moves in too quickly, not allowing the cold fronts passage to filter enough cold air down to keep northern Vermont in a mostly freezing rain event. They still show decent ice accumulations but not quite as hard core as previous runs have shown. Should be interesting to see if we can get the front to speed then stall, or the storm system to slow down a bit, to allow more cold air to filter down at the lower levels to keep freezing rain locked in until the low pressure system passes just to our south. Thoughts?