Brookfield, Vermont, April 10, 2020: GOP Gubernatorial candidate John Klar is urging Vermonters to contact their local CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) to order food early for the 2020 growing season. Also, Vermont’s dairy farms and craft breweries can be supported by drinking milk, eating local cheese, and choosing local brews. Klar says “Drink Milk!” “Eat Cheese!” Read More…
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[Vermont] House Judiciary Committee Bill H. 610 now declares a new crime to jail persons who refuse to assist in the confiscation of lawfully owned firearms. And that crime appears to be a Felony punishable by two years imprisonment. While [gun rights advocates] are struggling to protect lawful gun owners from unconstitutional magazine and other Read More…
Please call House Speaker Mitzi Johnson at 802-828-2245 and leave the message. “No to H.610, a bill that needlessly violates Vermont gun owners rights. We are frustrated that our concerns regarding the legal defects in the bill are being ignored and that the bill is still being pushed through the House Judiciary Committee“ Yesterday afternoon Read More…
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Vermont Weather Alerts
Curious what the snow depth across the region is? Well, look no further as we produce and quality control regional snow depth maps daily. In addition, we create daily high/low temperature and precipitation maps. Check them out at https://t.co/PeuYaDxIVz #vtwx #nywx
Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies are expected tonight under light west to northwest winds and mainly dry weather. It will be colder than recent nights with low temperatures in the single digits to lower teens.
An area of light to moderate snow will affect portions of northern Vermont this morning, particularly from the Champlain Valley into the spine of the Greens. Temperatures are below freezing across the region, so please be aware that roads that just appear wet may in fact be icy.
Tomorrow will be about 10+ degrees cooler than today, behind departing cold front which will cross the region overnight. We'll also have some gusty northwesterly winds around 30 mph. Drier weather is anticipated with only some mountain flurries possible.
At 9:00 AM we were 40 degrees here at the Burlington International Airport. This is the first time we have hit 40 degrees in 2021. The normal first date of 40 degrees is January 12th. The latest we have gone before hitting 40 degrees in a year was March 24th, 1963. #vtwx #BTV
Another round of snow and rain showers is expected later this afternoon and overnight. Like the past couple of days, most areas will see less than inch of snow. Other than a few lingering mountain snow showers, drier and cooler weather moves in for Thursday and Friday.
It's a balmy evening compared to recent days here. Current temperatures remain above freezing across much of the state as of 8 PM. Temperatures are not expected to fall much overnight with forecast lows in the in the upper 20s to lower 30s. #vtwx #nywx
Some light rain and snow is spreading over the area this afternoon. With afternoon temperatures in the mid to upper 30s, snow accumulations will be very limited. Here's what we're looking at through Wednesday morning. #VTwx #NYwx
We're expecting light snow to move into the North Country this afternoon and continue through much of tonight. Rain may mix in with the snow in the wider valleys. Snow accumulation will be an inch or less in most areas, with a few inches possible over the higher terrain.
As of Monday, February 22nd at 3:23 PM - A band of moderate to heavy snow is starting to lift into the southern half of Rutland and Windsor Counties in Vermont. Visibilities below 1 mile and snow accumulating on roads are expected as the band pivots across southern Vermont.
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