You can call it a record storm, Burlington, VT receiving a daily record for most snow Wednesday. It slowly winds down with more snow showers.
Lighter on and off snow showers will continue through Friday night.
A wintry mix Tuesday night left a couple of fresh inches of snow, but led to more than 100 school delays and a road closure.
Snow will accumulate Tuesday night, plus there is a threat of freezing rain. Here is what you can expect.
New Hampshire saw near record outages and police responded to hundreds of crashes and slide offs.
Snow is expected the day prior to Thanksgiving. Normally New Englanders would be fine with it, but many will be trying to get to their Thanksgiving spot!
Riding a bicycle doesn’t have to stop once there’s snow on the ground and an upcoming workshop can help you get ready.
Intense lake effect snow bands will dump feet of snow on the eastern sides of the Great Lakes Tuesday.
Adirondacks and St Lawrence Valley get the white stuff this go 'round!
Snow is coming south! In the past week the lower 48 has seen a 400%+ increase in snow coverage.
Be careful on the Monday morning drive.
Ski resorts hoping to open in November have a good outlook on the horizon.
At the base of Stowe Mountain Resort natural snow is starting to pile up and people are already headed to the top.
Some of our area has already seen the flakes and seen the snow accumulate. But for most Friday, it will start to look like winter.
With the coldest push of air coming in this weekend, some snow is certainly attainable. But where? How much? These are factored best left alone for now...
The heavy snowfall made it a tough day for almost everyone.
Officially spring starts next week and many people say it can't get here soon enough.
For warmer climate ski areas, like those around Sochi, fake snow making is serious business.
It should come as no surprise Valentine’s Day is the busiest day of the year for florists! But the snow caused some delays in deliveries.
Piles of snow and ice on a car are a concern to Vermont legislators.
Whether you love it, or you loathe it, Mother Nature hit our region hard.
Snowfall has created slick conditions on roads throughout our region.
Snow will be likely Wednesday, here's what to expect!
A few inches of snow has fallen across most of our region, creating slick road conditions.
Next week a team of competitors from Vermont will head to an international competition in Breckenridge, CO to literally carve snow at the Budweiser International Snow Sculpting Competition.
Snow coupled with freezing cold temperatures created a winter wonderland in Rutland, VT. “In 22 years we've shoveled a lot of snow down here,” said Wayne Wortman who lives in Rutland.
Thursday slick and snowy roads kept police and EMS constantly on the road and even sent one rolling over.
The snowy roads caused a number of slide-offs and crashes Sunday.
The Thanksgiving week storm has already slowed down or affected the plans of travelers.
Despite all the problems that came with an arctic blast, the snow was welcomed by many people.
A Massachusetts man died when the vehicle he was in slid off the interstate and collided with a tree. Vermont State Police said Benjamin Mohla, 21, of Wakefield, Mass., was a passenger in the back seat of a truck driven by Jonathan Taliadoros, 22, of Gloucester, Mass.
Skiers and riders are getting excited as snow started being made on Jay Peak Sunday.
The mountains could see snow in just a few days and with that people are excited to get ready for the ski season! Smugglers Notch and Stowe Mountain were buzzing with anticipation as workers were busy finishing projects and getting everything ready for the first round of snow.
At least one group is expecting a snowy winter around these parts.