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...
Meteorologist Michael Page discusses some of the biggest October snows in our recent history.
Some snow atop the highest peaks this weekend, with more possible late week and next weekend.
Widespread rain, some heavy at times, will fall across New England for four straight days.
Temperatures have been several degrees warmer than average to start October.
A probabilistic outlook on the next several months
Record high temperatures were broken Tuesday afternoon in multiple cities, while temperatures flirt with the record books again Wednesday.
The growing season has ended for yet another location Monday.
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page explains lunar eclipses.
Tropical Storm Fay is spinning close to Bermuda.
We have you covered when it comes to foliage!
Yes, there is a Lunar Eclipse Wednesday. No, we won't be able to view it from here. Yes, the weather is to blame.
SkyTracker Meteorologist Steve Glazier explains what to expect regarding rain showers and winds Tuesday to Wednesday, October 7-8, 2014 in this latest video forecast.
Snow and ice remind the high terrain that winter isn't far off.
The National Weather Service office in Burlington is now issuing a quarterly newsletter on all things (local) weather!
Meteorologist Michael Page explains rime ice in Weather School.
It's sad, yet true. Weather both helps and hurts the foliage. This weekend...it's the latter.
It's been a dry month of September, so a welcome drink is on the way.
Burlington hit 80° for the 63rd time this year and there is more opportunity ahead.
Our weather will feel summery for the first full weekend of Autumn.
Autumn officially arrived Monday. Learn more about the Autumnal Equinox
The first day of Autumn will mark the beginning of a nice, generally dry/warm period of weather through the end of September.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains what causes the stunning fall foliage Vermont is known for.
It's still early, but pockets of color continue to develop across parts of the area.
Low temperatures set records in numerous towns Friday morning, September 19.