#VTSandy Day 0 Nightly Wrap-Up and Weather Report

Like we saw with Irene last year, at this moment with the storm still overhead we’re in the tough position of having to wait for definitive damage reports. As we get new information, we’ll be sure to pass it on.

The next update will be issued by the National Weather Service in Burlington at 6am or sooner if conditions warrant. Please stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio or go to www.weather.gov/burlington for further updates.

In the meantime, here is some information for the remainder of the storm from the National Weather Service Burlington, VT (taken from a broader report accessible here)

Sandy will impact the North Country through Tuesday.

  • A high wind warning is in effect for all of the North Country except the Champlain Valley through 11 am Tuesday.
  • A flood watch is is in effect through Wednesday morning for the following Vermont counties: Eastern Addison, Eastern Rutland, Orange, Western Addison, Western Rutland and Windsor.
  • While no major widespread flooding is anticipated, the rivers of greatest concern are the Otter Creek, the Black River, the Ottauquechee River, and Ayers Brook.


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