The warmer temperatures gave people a chance to clear the ice from their driveways.
With warmer temperatures on the way, utility crews are concerned it might lead to more ice related power outages.
Green Mountain Power is planning an outage Thursday that will affect 400 of its customers in Franklin County.
Lots of people showed up for a hot product at Aubuchon Hardware in Essex Junction, Vermont Monday.
A second person has died as a result of last week’s ice storm.
Vermont's congressional delegation supports bringing federal money to the state to help cleanup efforts.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin is asking FEMA to assess ice storm damage.
Fewer than 1,000 Vermonters remained without power Thursday following the weekend ice storm.
About 600 utility works from Vermont and neighboring states have joined Vermont Electric Cooperative working to restore power.
Here is a checklist from the Vermont Division of Forestry for repairing or replacing storm-damaged trees.
A Vermont man died from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a generator.
Vermont Electric Co-op says it continues to make progress restoring power, but some customers could be in the dark until after Christmas.
Thousands are still in the dark after a major ice storm swept through our region over the weekend. There are still close to 65-hundred people without power in Vermont. As of Monday, there were no outages reported in our viewing area in New Hampshire and only 58 outages in our viewing area in New York. But in Enosburg Falls, Vermont hundreds were still without power Monday. Driving through town, the damage from the ice storm was apparent everywhere. Tree branches were down, power was out, and people were in to town to stock up on supplies.
Health officials in Vermont are issuing a warning about an invisible danger.
Officials in Franklin County, New York have rescinded the State of Emergency and offices will reopen Monday at 9 a.m.
Thousands remain without power in Vermont Monday morning following the ice storm.
The American Red Cross has opened shelters in Vermont for people impacted by the ice storm.
In Plattsburgh, NY the airport was closed all day and all flights were canceled. A state of emergency was declared in Franklin, Essex, and Clinton counties New York. Tracie Hennessey and her family live on the bank of the Ausable River in the town of Jay.