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Updated: 4:15am on 4/16/14




High: 29.7 
Low: 23.6 
Wind: 2 mph from the NNE
Gust: 8 mph
Today's High Wind: 21 mph (2:00am)
Humidity: 87%
Pressure: 30.08 in  (Rising) 
Pressure Rate: 0.030 in/hr
Dew Point: 20.3
Wind Chill: 21.7
Heat Index (feels like): 28.8
Comfort Level: Uncomfortably Cold
Temperature Rate:  -1.68/hr
5 Day Forecast
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Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Partly Cloudy Clear Partly Cloudy Chance Rain Partly Cloudy
37 50 54 55 61
18 23 32 37 34

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Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 37 0 88
Low 18 0 19
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Hourly Rain 0.00 in
Daily Rain: 0.00 in
Monthly Rain: 1.73 in
Yearly Rain: 5.99 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 1.06 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 6.11 in
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Warning Description: Flood Warning

Warning Date: 10:20 PM EDT on April 15, 2014


Warning Message:The Flood Warning continues for
  the Otter Creek at Center Rutland.
* At  9:45 PM Tuesday the stage was 9.4 feet. 
* Flood stage is 8.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...the river will continue rising to near 10.1 feet by 
  after midnight Wednesday. The river will fall below flood stage 
  Thursday morning.
* 10.0 feet...flooding will occur on low lying roads 
  including Dorr drive and Park Street in Rutland...and Alfrecha Road
  in Clarendon.  Water will approach homes on west Proctor Road near 
  Route 4 in Rutland.  Downstream in Proctor and Pittsford...numerous
  roads will flood...along with Route 73 west of Brandon.
Lat...Lon 4384 7320 4384 7307 4360 7295 4339 7291
      4340 7304 4359 7307             
528 PM EDT Tue Apr 15 2014
The National Weather Service in Burlington has issued a 
* Flood Warning for 
  the Lake Champlain at Rouses Point.
* From Wednesday afternoon until further notice...or until the 
  warning is cancelled.
* At  5:00 PM Tuesday the stage was 99.1 feet. 
* Flood stage is 100.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...rise above flood stage by Wednesday afternoon and 
  continue to rise to near 100.7 feet by Friday morning. Additional 
  rises are possible thereafter.
* 101.0 feet...flooding affects low lying roads and 
  property, and wind and wave action on exposed shorelines becomes a 
  problem.  If lake ice is present...structural damage can occur.
Lat...Lon 4501 7347 4501 7306 4361 7328 4360 7348
Warning Description: Areal Flood Watch

Warning Date: 3:41 PM EDT on April 15, 2014

WarningSum:...Flood Watch Remains In Effect Through Wednesday Evening...

Warning Message:The Flood Watch continues for
* all of northern New York and Vermont.
* Through Wednesday evening
* widespread moderate to locally heavy rainfall has affected the
  region today. Expect steady rain to continue across much of
  Vermont through early evening...and rain to change to snow
  across northern New York. By later this evening precipitation
  should be in the form of all snow before ending later tonight.
* River and stream levels remain high due to the combination of
  rainfall...snowmelt and recent warm temperatures. Numerous
  waterways are currently near or in flood with additional rises
  expected tonight due to runoff from today's rainfall and
  residual snowmelt from the higher terrain.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.
You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop. Never travel
through flooded roadways. Turn around...don't drown.

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