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Old 02-01-2011, 07:03 PM
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Hey guys, just lookin for some insight on the weather situation in VT. Im flying in Burlington tomorrow at 1:10pm Or atleast that is the scheduled arrival time. Just how bad is the weather and the roads? yeah I see it all over the news and online, but that doesnt mean much. Think the roads will be passible tomorrow afternoon? I will be heading from burlington to the St. Johnsbury area.So 89 to rt. 2 Hoping Enterprise has some 4wheel drives left.
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Sorry I missed your post last week. Hopefully you made it in good and had a safe drive to St. Johnsbury. Route 2 can be crappy in spots.
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Thanks, Yeah we made it into Burlington on the last flight, all laters were cancelled. Waited in philly for 4 hours. Luckily Enterprise had an AWD vehicle available, but even still, 89 and rt.2 were really bad. Then we got hit with another 6'' or so sat. night, but it turned out great for my southern wife to get to experience everythng a VT winter has to offer!
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Were you here this past Saturday? We definitely had it all lightning thunder rain sleet snow.
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Yes we were there Wednesday thru Sunday. We didnt have any rain, but at the lake where we stayed (Harveys Lake) we had thunder snow, and it was beautiful! I had never seen it thunder and lightning during a snow storm!
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Me either, at least not that I remember. Very bright. During high school I had friends That had a camp up on Harvey lake. Spent a couple nights there, a little under the influence.
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