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Southern Vermont Snowfall Could Top 12 Inches

Eye On The Sky
These expected snowfall totals were posted to the Eye On The Sky Facebook page Monday morning.

Snow blanketed much of the state overnight and continues to fall Monday, with forecasts in some areas predicting more than a foot of snow.

Schools were closed Monday in almost every county in Vermont and road conditions remained poor through the morning, with low visibility and extreme cold that makes road salt less effective.

The Eye on the Sky weather forecast predicts at least four to six inches of snow everywhere in Vermont, with more in the south.

The light snow is not causing mass outages as the heavy, wet December storm did. As of noon, only four outages are reported across the state, according to the utility-run VToutages.com.

Transportation officials urge continuous caution as a number of accidents and road closures were reported this morning.

For safety advice on winter driving, check out these tips from the Vermont State Police.

Taylor was VPR's digital reporter from 2013 until 2017. After growing up in Vermont, he graduated with at BA in Journalism from Northeastern University in 2013.
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