Meteorologist Jay Shafer from Lyndon State College puts this week’s record heat in perspective. And Tracy Dolan of the Health Department cautions us about how to cope with the heat until the high temps pass.
This year’s wild weather swings, from a soggy spring to a scorched and
dry summer have made life difficult for farmers and gardeners. Among the problems this season is late blight, a
disease that has begun to
appear on many farms.