Sunday, January 3, 2010

UPDATED - "Truly an Amazing Storm!": Vermont's Biggest Ever!

UPDATED: Actually, Vermont's biggest snow fall occurred in 1947: over 50 inches in one storm. But this was definitely Burlington's biggest snow fall from 7 a.m. Saturday, January 2nd to 7 p.m. January 3rd.

Read all about it in the Burlington Free Press: Biggest Vermont snowstorm ever!

Matt Sutkoski in the BFP Weather Rapport blog:
UPDATE: 2 p.m. Sunday: This storm has now become easily the largest snowstorm ever witnessed in Burlington in more than 120 years of record keeping. National Weather Service warning coordinating meteorologist Scott Whittier in South Burlington said the storm dumped 31.8 inches of snow.
And it's not over yet, folks. He said snowfall has intensified in the Champlain Valley, so we have at least several hours of snow yet to come, along with several inches of snow on top of the record.
Truely an amazing storm.

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