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Heavy Mountain Snow in the Northwest; Flooding Possible in the South

Heavy mountain snow and high winds have returned to the Northwestern U.S. today into Friday. Total snow accumulations could reach 3 feet in the higher elevations. Several rounds of heavy showers and thunderstorms tracking from the ArkLaTex into the Tennessee Valley may result in localized flash, urban, and small stream flooding into early next week, along with new river flooding. Read More >

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Sky Cover Legend: IO = In and out of clouds, OB= Obscured in clouds, AB= Above the clouds

 

Lightning Risk Legend: NR = No Risk, LO = Isolated Coverage, MD = Scattered to Numerous Coverage, HI = Widespread Coverage

 

VERMONT
  Standard Enhanced
Mount Ascutney
Belvidere Mountain
Breadloaf Mountain
Burke Mountain
Camels Hump
Dorset Mountain
Mount Ellen
Jay Peak
Killington Peak
Ludlow Mountain
Mount Mansfield
Monadnock Mountain
Signal Mountain
Mount Worcester
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Ampersand Mountain
Mount Arab
Blue Ridge Mountain
Cascade Mountain
Debar Mountain
Dix Mountain
Fishing Brook Range
Giant Mountain
Lyon Mountain
Mount Marcy
McKenzie Mountain
Pharaoh Mountain
Santanoni Peak
St. Regis Mountain
Vanderwhacker Mountain
Whiteface Mountain