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Vermont Climate & Weather

Vermont Climate and Weather

Vermont's climate is changeable, with greater differences between summer and winter temperatures than most parts of New England. The northern region, including what is known as the Northeastern Kingdom, tends to experience the coldest winters in the state, with temperatures averaging about 10°F (6°C) colder than in the south. Summer temperatures average around 70°F (21°C). Snowfall in winter is heavy and most rainfall occurs in the summer. Spring tends to bring what is known as the mud season, when frozen ground thaws, resulting in thick mud.

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