If homes do flood, Vermont health officials are concerned mold may build up.
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.
For most of us the rain is just annoying but for business owners it's really washing away customers.
This week has been a true example of how destructive water can be.
Crews are assessing the damage after lightning struck Mountain Lake PBS' transformers Wednesday morning and caused a fire on Lyon Mountain.
Flooding has closed several roads including a portion of Interstate 89 between Williston and Richmond. It's the area known as French Hill.
While so far there have not been any reports of serious damage, there is still a lot of work especially for road crews after severe weather Tuesday.
"Deaths annually around the country are around 50 deaths a year."
Power crews are preparing for what could be a week of stormy weather and power outages.
Time is running out for Tropical Storm Irene funding.
It was a beautiful day to hit the links, but local golf courses say recent rains have slowed business.