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FLOOD WATCH: Minor to locally moderate flooding possible due to snowmelt, rainfall, and record warm temperatures

Temperatures well above seasonal averages will continue to contribute to snowmelt across the North Country. Temperatures will reach the upper 50s to mid 60s in many areas on Saturday. A cold front moving in late in the day will result in a half inch to one inch of rainfall. The most significant threat of flooding will occur late Saturday and Saturday night. Read More >

The National Weather Service in Burlington Vermont announces its 2014 Open Burning Weather Awareness Campaign for Vermont and northern New York. Spring is upon us and people across the North Country begin to think about burning debris. The National Weather Service encourages you to be aware of the risk factors associated with open burning. All this week we will examine different aspects of weather, fuels, and fire that raise awareness to situations that have an impact when doing open burning.

Please use the links below to examine relavant topics related to fire weather that can bring a heightened awareness to the risk factors associated with open burning.

  • Monday - Fire Climatology
  • Tuesday - Fuels and Fire Danger
  • Wednesday - National Weather Service Products and Services
  • Thursday - Critical Fire Weather Patterns
  • Friday - Staying Informed

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    (All photos taken on Vermont fires in 2012 and are courtesy of Brooke Taber, NWS Burlington, Vermont)