Monthly Archives: January 2014

January 31, 2014 update

Sorry for the lack of updates,  I’ve been fighting the flu for the past few days.

 Anyway, not much in the way of precipitation has fallen recently.  But, on a good note it has been on the mild side for the past few days with highs in the upper 20’s! After all of this cold weather,  it felt almost spring like. As for snow prospects,  there is a small storm headed in our direction later tomorrow in to Sunday. We may see 3 or 4 inches out of it. The National Weather Service has just issued a winter weather advisory for most of the NEK from 11am on Saturday through 11pm on Sunday.

The next potential big storm is Tuesday / Wednesday.  Keep your fingers crossed.  For real time conditions of what’s going on in Island Pond,  just check out our live webcam.

Island Pond, VT Live Webcam

Back in the freezer…

Tempatures across the NEK have been rather frigid for the past couple of days.  Both yesterday and today temps never reached 0 here in Island Pond.  This morning we had a low of -20.7° F.  The forecast is calling for the artic air to stick around through the end of the week with a breif warmup over the weekend. What we really need is a bit more snow for the winter recreation enthusiasts.

January Thaw 1/13/14

Today was another mild day for mid January with a high temperature of 40.9° here in Island Pond. The forecast is calling for the mild weather to continue most of the week. It is supposed to cool off a little bit by Thursday,  but high temps will still be on the mild side in the lower 30’s. Hopefully we will get a decent snow storm soon so the ski slopes and snowmobile trails can get back in good shape.

I’ll end this post with a recent photo from the webcam showing the little bit of snow that’s still on the ground in Island Pond,  VT.

Island Pond Webcam

Island Pond Webcam