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Subject: NWS Burlington: Dangerous Heat and Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Today

AOT – Vermont Local Roads <AOT.VermontLocalRoads@vermont.gov>
to VT-LOCALROADS

Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2024 4:42 AM
Subject: NWS Burlington: Dangerous Heat and Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Today

Dear Emergency Managers & Federal/State Agency Partners & others,

The information in this email pertains to ALL of Vermont, as well as Clinton, Essex, Franklin, and St. Lawrence counties in New York.
WHAT HAS CHANGED
·  No changes to the heat threat or the potential for strong to severe thunderstorms today.
OVERVIEW
·  A Heat Advisory remains in effect for the entire region through 8 PM today.
·  Maximum temperatures will reach the upper 80s to upper 90s today with high humidity
·  Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible today with primary threat being damaging winds and frequent cloud to ground lightning, between 11 AM and 7 PM.
·  Localized and isolated flash flooding is possible in any areas that experience multiple rounds of storms.
Please see the attached briefing for more details. For more on heat, visit: www.weather.gov/btv/heat<http://www.weather.gov/btv/heat>

DISCLAIMERS & CONTACT INFO

A reminder: These e-mails are to help prepare you for upcoming weather events and to increase your situational awareness, but are not the source for weather warnings.
Closely monitor future forecasts via www.weather.gov/btv<http://www.weather.gov/btv> (or NWS Albany at www.weather.gov/aly<http://www.weather.gov/aly> for Bennington and Windham Counties).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us 24/7 via:
1. Telephone: 802-863-4279 or 802-658-0150
2. Email: nwsbtv.info@noaa.gov<mailto:nwsbtv.info@noaa.gov>
3. NWSChat for eligible & registered users at https://nwschat.enterprise.slack.com/