We seem to be getting lots of rain here in the North East Kingdom of Vermont lately. The weather station here in Island Pond recorded 1.1″ of rain yesterday, and .27″ of rain so far today. The entire month of October has been on the wet side with 3.73″ of rain so far. Showers are in the forecast right through the upcoming weekend. We may even see a few flurries and snow showers by Sunday as cooler air works it’s way in to the NEK. Check our webcam later in the weekend to see if any snow does fall in Island Pond.
I’ll end this post with a current image from our webcam. As you can see, most of the leaves have fallen off the trees.
Trees in Island Pond are mostly bare as we move toward winter in the NEK
It was another cold start to the day in Vermont, especially in the NEK. Temperatures were well below zero at every weather station I checked this morning. We bottomed out at -23.6° here in Island Pond. We even made the news this morning as one of the coldest spots in VT on ABC 22.
Morning lows for VT and Northern NY
After a sunny start to the day we are expecting clouds to increase throughout the day with flurries and snow squalls overnight as another front moves through with a dusting to a couple of inches expected. I will leave you with this image of a sumny morning from our webcam.
Yesterday was a wet day throughout the NEK. It started out with freezing rain and quickly changed to rain as temps shot up to 50 degrees. Today is a little more winter like with flurries and light snow falling with a temp of 32°.