“We can't predict which way markets are going more than anyone else can,” said Energy Co-Op of Vermont General Manager John Quinney.
Record high temperatures were broken Tuesday afternoon in multiple cities, while temperatures flirt with the record books again Wednesday.
Burlington hit 80° for the 63rd time this year and there is more opportunity ahead.
As the seasons get colder, saws are heating up. "It is the season, it started early this year," said General Manager of the A. Johnson Co. Ken Johnson.
This day in history Burlington had its hottest temperature on record, 101 degrees!
On Wednesday, Fraser and the City Council set rates for the Montpelier District Heating System. The new heating season begins in October.
It's something Vermonters aren't all that used to, but on Tuesday they were faced with some real heat. Burlington saw the highest reading since September last year.
Vermont State Police troopers and a local business helped an 86-year-old woman who didn’t have heat, when the outside temperature was in the low teens.
While many of us get to work inside - in the air conditioning; there are people who have to work outside! As the temperature pushed 90 degrees for the third day in a row, construction workers try different ways to stay cool.
Some electric companies want you to conserve during peak times.