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It’s been raining pretty much nonstop since the middle of May. . .

The epic, relentless downpours dumped more than a foot and a half of rain on many parts of the state within two months. That’s an unprecedented amount for Vermont. It normally takes six or seven months to accumulate that much precipitation.

The results are far-reaching and ongoing. Every day, road crews pour more gravel on the edges of dirt roads where flowing water has cut away the roadbeds. Corn plants sit limp and yellow in ponds that should be green farm fields by this time of year. Mosquitoes breed in the pools of water.

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Posted: 9 January 2013 in Uncategorized
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By a wide margin, 2012 was the warmest year on record for the United States.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,

the average temperature for the contiguous United States for 2012 was 55.3° Fahrenheit, which was 3.2° Fahrenheit above the twentieth-century average and 1.0° Fahrenheit above the previous record from 1998. The year consisted of the fourth-warmest winter, a record-warm spring, the second-warmest summer, and a warmer-than-average autumn.

The map above shows where the 2012 temperatures were different from the 1981–2010 average. Shades of red indicate temperatures up to 8° Fahrenheit warmer than average, and shades of blue indicate temperatures up to 8° Fahrenheit cooler than average—the darker the color, the larger the difference from average temperature.

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