Mark Breen, senior meteorologist from the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium and Andy Nash, chief meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Burlington talk with VPR’s Jane Lindholm about the weather outlook for the next few months.
Vermont agriculture leaders say crops have been stunted this
year by cool temperatures and relentless rain. They
say that nearly all crops are maturing much more slowly this year. And as VPR’s
Ross Sneyd reports, that could make the dairy crisis even worse.
Record rains and storm damage have been THE story of this summer’s weather. We talk with weather watchers about the storms and rainfall we’ve experienced, and the impact of that rain on farms and crops.
Weather is making it difficult for many people to breathe; Border
Patrol says four people were involved in a confrontation; retailers say they
hope sales tax holiday helps food shelves; young snowmobilers in New
Hampshire will have to take some extra safety
precautions next winter.