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Vermont Severe Weather Alerts

Freeze Warning VermontState Weather Alerts

Freeze Warning
...freeze Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 9 Am Edt Saturday... * What...sub-freezing Temperatures In The Upper 20s And Lower 30s. * Where...the Southern Adirondacks, Lake George Saratoga Region, Mohawk Valley, Schoharie Valley, Helderbergs, Eastern Catskills, Northern Taconics, Berkshires And Southern Vermont.. ...Read More.
Effective: October 5, 2019 at 12:00amExpires: October 5, 2019 at 9:00amTarget Area: Bennington; Eastern Windham; Western Windham

Freeze Warning
...freeze Warning In Effect From Midnight Tonight To 8 Am Edt Saturday... * What...sub-freezing Temperatures As Low As 25 Expected. * Where...vermont And Northern New York Away From Lake Champlain. * When...from Midnight Tonight To 8 Am Edt Saturday. * Impacts...frost And Freeze Conditions Could Kill Crops, Other ...Read More.
Effective: October 5, 2019 at 12:00amExpires: October 5, 2019 at 8:00amTarget Area: Caledonia; Eastern Addison; Eastern Chittenden; Eastern Franklin; Eastern Rutland; Lamoille; Orange; Orleans; Washington; Windsor

 

Severe Weather Alerts in VermontVermont Frequent Weather Alerts:
Flooding, heavy snowstorms, temperature extremes, severe thunderstorms

Heavy Winter Storms And Cold Temperatures

As with most of New England, Vermont deals with a lot of heavy winter storms and other winter weather on a regular basis. The heavy snowstorms can actually last days and can put multiple feet of snow, ice, and freezing rain throughout the state. In 1998, an ice storm dropped 2 inches of ice throughout the state and cost about 2 billion dollars in damages.

Year-Round Flooding

Between runoff from the mountains in the spring, immense rainstorms, and the occasional tropical storm, Vermont deals with a lot of precipitation all year long. Rivers and tributaries throughout the state are affected, and river crests of several feet have caused many flooding events over the years, including when Tropical Storm Irene hit the state and caused over a half a foot of rain to fall in less than a day.

Severe Thunderstorms 

Severe thunderstorms are common during the summer months – even though the state is relatively mild in the summer, there is still a bit of humidity in the air, which can cause such severe weather events. Rarely, tornadoes can spring up throughout different areas of the state as well.

 

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