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Weather Service Says Sandy Will Be Strong, But No Irene For Vt.
Sunday, 10/28/12
By Ross Sneyd
The National Weather Service says that Hurricane Sandy will bring plenty of wind and rain with the potential for flooding. But the chief meteorologist in Burlington says the storm likely won't rival Tropical Storm Irene.
VPR News
New Weather Radar To Improve Storm Predictions
Tuesday, 08/28/12
As the Gulf Coast braces for Issac, Vermonters are commemorating the one-year anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene. Meanwhile, Meteorologists at Vermont's National Weather Service now have a new tool that they say will help predict events like Irene.
VPR News
Warm Weather Pattern Will Likely Continue For Several Weeks
Monday, 12/05/11
By Samantha Fields
The National Weather Service says the region is in a warm weather pattern that is likely to persist for several weeks. But just because winter is starting off milder doesn't mean it will end that way.
VPR News
Torrential Rain Hits Flood-Weary Southern Vermont
Friday, 10/14/11
Vermont Emergency Management tells VPR it is warning city and town emergency officials about torrential rains in southern Vermont. Many brooks and streams in the area are already bank-full.
Vermont Edition
Spring Weather Challenges Forecasters
Thursday, 06/02/11
By Jane Lindholm
Our extreme weather has presented challenges for forecasters especially in predicting its effects on lake and stream levels.
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