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Dangerous Heat and Humidity Building from the Plains to the East Coast

Strengthening high pressure will bring much above normal high and low temperatures. Widespread highs in the 90s to 100 combined with dewpoints surging into the mid and upper 70s will create heat indices as high as 110 through this weekend. In addition, overnight temperatures in the 70s to low 80s will reduce the ability of the body to recover from daytime heating. Read More >

The National Weather Service in Burlington offers presentations on weather related topics to a variety of groups and organizations upon request. Presentations are conducted on a limited basis to larger groups or as a part of larger organized outreach events. To arrange a talk with the National Weather Service in Burlington, please have the following ready before contacting us:

  • Have a facility, date and time established, with preferably a back-up date and time. Email Scott Whittier (scott.whittier@noaa.gov) or John Goff (john.goff@noaa.gov) to check availability.
  • Class sizes are generally offered for at least 15 individuals.
  • Classes will generally be offered Monday through Thursday, though if planned well in advance, exceptions may be made for a Friday or Saturday date. No sessions will be offered on Sundays.
  • Talks are usually held in the evening with start times from 5pm to 7pm and last approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.
  • Provide a volunteer, or contact point from your group to help in organizing the talk.
  • All training is free and open to the public.
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