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It’s been a cold couple of days in the region. The Burlington area woke up to -10 degrees F this morning, but that’s nothing compared to some other folks around the state. The National Weather Service (NOAA) reports -25 F in Morrisville and St. Johnsbury and -20 F in Rutland. There haven’t been any official readings for parts of the Northeast Kingdom, but reports to WCAX Channel 3 this morning indicated temperatures have hit the negative thirties and forties in some parts.

Be careful today when venturing outside and remember to keep all exposed areas of your skin covered.

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