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Drivers should not park in municipal parking lots overnight during the parking bans.
National Weather Service meteorologist Michael Muccilli said that although Wednesday's storm was the largest this winter in northern Vermont, the snowfall was all too familiar in the southern portion of the state, which has received much more snow throughout the season.
Muccilli of the weather service said the Champlain Valley could expect 1 2 inches more to fall during the evening, while 1 3 inches were predicted in the south.
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which will then re freeze once traffic begins to move again.
Source: Winooski Police Chief Steve McQueen
As the evening rush hour began Wednesday, snow throughout Vermont had coated roads and made travel treacherous with more than 6 inches covering much of Chittenden County. The storm and corresponding winter weather warnings were predicted to continue into the evening, then taper off around midnight.
Any vehicles remaining on the street during the parking ban will be issued a $125 parking ticket and will be towed to another location.
northern Vermont this winter, but at Smugglers' Notch Resort, there appeared to be an influx in traffic.
that crews were bracing for the evening commute and hoped to start plowing before the peak time to stay ahead of the weather.
McMahon said the storm packed a "one two punch," as the snow picked up during the morning hours, tapered a bit in the early afternoon, and increased in intensity again during the late afternoon. The storm was expected to move out of Vermont during the evening.
"That's going to be the biggest challenge, probably, is to get everybody back home again," Blackmore said before the evening rush. "We're doing our best to keep traffic moving, but we know that things are going to back up."
Source: Burlington Public Works
Winooski will be removing vehicles parked on the roadway to allow for snow removal. in the downtown district. Winter parking permit holders are included in the parking.
At Smugglers' Notch, Boushie said the resort started the day with about 56 ski trails open. As fresh snow accumulated, more trails opened, rising to 70 by the end of the day. Southern parts of Vermont saw more, up to a foot or beyond in some places.
The storm led to parking bans in Burlington and Winooski and warnings that crews might need into Thursday before roads are made clear. Higher amounts had fallen elsewhere.
During the Wednesday morning commute, traffic backed up in places, including on Interstate 89 near the Winooski River Bridge between the Colchester and South Burlington exits.
"I was part of a line of cars driving up the mountain this morning, so I'm assuming that as soon as people saw the flakes starting to fly and got the weather report for the day, it did encourage skiers and riders to come out," resort spokeswoman spokeswoman Karen Boushie said.
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Might be Thursday before streets are clear
"The snow looks to be dry and not the heavier, wet stuff," National Weather Service meteorologist Kimberly McMahon said. "To the south in Rutland and Windsor counties, it looks to be 8 12 inches, with possibly even more in the higher elevations and Green Mountains."
Blackmore, of the Transportation Agency, said delays were expected during the evening commute, too, but VTrans planned to do what it could to shorten those. Blackmore said slower traffic can work against VTrans's cleanup efforts, because heat from Puma Suede Black With White Laces vehicles can cause snow to melt, Puma Sneakers Suede
"The (winter storm) warning was for 4 8 inches for Burlington, so we're at the top end of that," Mucilli said Wednesday evening. "It exceeded the expectations a little bit on the northern side."
Driving conditions were hairy Wednesday during the largest snowstorm to hit Puma X Rihanna Rebel Velvet Creeper Sneaker
"We're here for the long road tonight," Northwest Region District Administrator Dave Blackmore said. "We'll be maintaining things all night long as we go into this storm, and our roads won't be seeing so called clean up until probably later on tomorrow morning. We're expecting this storm to be over with, and the sun's supposed to be coming out tomorrow, which will really help us in our job of cleaning the roads up, and actually help us to conserve some salt material too."
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