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FYI -
For those not aware...there are several post storm write-up/summaries 
available on our web site
dealing with Severe weather, flash floods, winter/ice storms and January 
thaw.
http://www.erh.noaa.gov/btv/events/recentwx.shtml
as well as some local research
http://www.erh.noaa.gov/btv/research/research.shtml

My apologies if you've seen these before.

Scott

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Scott L. Whittier
Senior Meteorologist               DOC/NOAA/National Weather Service
[log in to unmask]            Burlington Intl Airport
802-862-2475 x239                  1200 Airport Drive
www.weather.gov/btv                S. Burlington VT 05403-6028
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