Take advantage of this little warm spell that the Northeast Kingdom is currently having because it won’t last long. Today, November 11th, is one of the nicest days that we have had in Island Pond in quite some time. He sun is out, and the temperature at 1PM is 58°. You can see in the webcam image below that the snow that fell a few days ago is long gone.
Beautiful late fall day in Island Pond, Vermont
Now for the bad news. Artic air that is currently in the midwest is going to be heading toward the NEK of Vermont over the next few days. By Thursday it will be noticeably colder. The high temperatures forecast for the end of the week are upper 20’s to low30’s throughout the region. It looks like it is going to stick around once it gets here
I’ll end this post by wishing all active and forms service members a happy Veterans Day. Thank you for your service.
While some of New England was dealing with severe storms on Sunday and Monday, we just had a decent rainfall of 1.26″ will some thunder and lightning here. Revere, MA wasn’t as fortunate as they had a tornado come through on Monday. Yesterday, July 29th, was on the cool side throughout the Northeast Kingdom with a high of only 65.6° in Island Pond, VT. Today started out with a low of 43 in Island Pond, 42 at Coles Pond and 41 in Wheelock. Temperatures have rebounded to the upper 60s to low 70s in the NEK.
The rest of the week looks to be mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s.
I’ll end this post with the current image from our Webcam.