Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016


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"If you don't like the weather, wait a few minutes."
This old Vermont expression describes the typical weather found in Vermont.

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Winter generally begins sometime in late November, although snow has been known to fall sometimes as early as Halloween! The snow will typically last through March and sometimes on into the beginning of April.

Springtime is also sometimes affectionately known as "Mud Season" due to all the melting snow. It's usually only a couple weeks, but it can be pretty fun playin' in the dirt!

Summer is usually fairly short in Vermont, so we try to get outside and enjoy the warm weather as often as possible. The hottest months are typically July and August.

Fall Foliage season begins around Labor Day and ends around Columbus Day. During this season, the weather begins to cool as the leaves across the state turn bright shades of yellow, orange, and red.

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