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We heard it here in Montpelier too (as we were leaving the Savoy's 
showing of Pale Male-well worth seeing-but, due to city lights, we 
did not see the lightning. Honestly, until I read this post I wrote 
it off to "snow plows" but knew it to sound much more like lightning.
John
Montpelier

>It's not as spectacular here on the western edge of the state, but 
>we've sure had rumbling and flashing.  Very strange.
>
>Jane
>Shoreham
>
>On 2/5/2011 10:00 PM, paulagills tds.net wrote:
>>Ditto in Brookfield.  Cloud to cloud, cloud to ground and heavy, heavy
>>sleet.  I am sure our avain friends are huddled close to the trunk of a
>>softwood at the moment--at least I hope so. This is the most spectacular
>>winter weather event I have ever witnessed!
>>
>>Paula Gills
>>
>>On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 9:48 PM, Patti Haynes<[log in to unmask]>  wrote:
>>
>>>I know this is not bird related, but weather affects birds. We are having a
>>>HUGE snow lightning storm here in the Mad River Valley at 9:45 pm. 5
>>>strikes
>>>so far! The sound is echoing more than in the summer! What must the birds
>>>think?
>>>
>>>Patti
>>>Moretown Village