Lake Champlain rose above flood stage Wednesday night to Thursday, April 16-17 and is forecast to keep rising.
After a winter of abundant snowfall, cold temps, and the most recent round of heavy rainfall, Lake Champlain will flood its shores.
With warm temps and rain, rivers and water basins will come up through midweek
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page explains fog.
Even though some still have snow on the ground, the brush fire risk is rising for others.
Flooding will become an issue next week as snow melts and heavy rain falls.
Colorado State University researchers released a hurricane outlook Thursday.
In addition to Michael Page's last blog about the lake level and temperature, I follow up on the flooding chances.
Lake Champlain's level and temperature are both near average for this time of year.
Ice jams and/or river flooding continue to be likely through April, here are some good links to use to stay up to date with the latest information.
Mars will appear very bright in the Tuesday night sky.
Despite it feeling like Spring, there is still a lot of water to come off the hills. Spring flooding is still a potential problem
Kicked off the biking season today!
Meteorologist Michael Page describes what a tsunami is in this week's Weather School.
Most of Lake Champlain remains frozen, but the ice is weakening.
Burlington's MS Walk takes place Saturday April 5th.
How has the weather made it so tough to find any remains of the missing Malaysian Flight 370?
You probably don't need the number proof to know March was cold! But, check out the stats to prove it.
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Meteorologist Michael Page explains the weather term "bombogenesis" in this week's Weather School segment.
Heavy rain moving through the area may result in flooding.
Meteorologist Steve Glazier still has his snow tires on. Is that a sign?
A massive storm just brushed by New England Wednesday, but it was enough to cause damage.
An epic storm just missed us Wednesday, a storm that doesn't come by that often.
Something we havent talked about in a while...temps that are seasonable and that won't break cold records