Tuesday, Vermonters also dealt with flooding, and that forced many roads to be partly closed, and drivers took different routes
The city is bracing for the Winooski River to crest Tuesday night. It would put water levels one foot too high.
Crews say more than 8 inches of water filled the Green Mountain Mall in St. Johnsbury.
While many of the areas are known problem areas people say it's a little unusual to see flooding this early in the year.
While we had some isolated flash flooding this week, the situation is far worse in Colorado and Mexico.
The Vermont Emergency Management Department is in the process of revamping the 'State Hazard Mitigation Plan.' It's required by FEMA- and spells out policies and actions that should be implemented to reduce future risk and losses because of severe weather. FEMA requires the plan to be updated every three years.
One by one - every single town in Vermont seems to be getting slammed by these relentless storms. The stories are similar, but the locations are changing.
Some flash flooding overnight forced some people in Williamstown to evacuate.
The storms just won't stop and neither have VTrans crews.
There's a crater where the fifth hole used to be at West Bolton Golf Club.
Essex County, NY was hit twice in the same number of days, with heavy rains and flooding rivers.
On Thursday afternoon American Red Cross volunteers brought a change of clothes to the Burlington office.
Consider us in prep mode.
With more rain on the way, emergency managers and town leaders find themselves stretched thin. Today they had one eye on the future and one eye on the past.
Flooding has closed several roads including a portion of Interstate 89 between Williston and Richmond. It's the area known as French Hill.