Vermont Heat Wave

Today, Burlington tied the record high for the date of 91, set in 1946. It was yet another example of a topsy-turvy weather year.

A bank sign in downtown Burlington Tuesday shows the city tying a record high temperature for the date.

We were actually on the southeastern edge of the heat wave. Up in central Ontario, where it is normally barely the start of spring about now, it was in the mid-90s. Really bizarre.

Burlington was at least one of the hottest cities in the United States today. I can’t prove it yet, but Burlington might have actually been the hottest city in the U.S.

Traditional hot spots, like Phoenix, Arizona, or Orland, Florida,  were only in the mid-80s.

So if you want desert heat, come to the Sahara Of The North, Burlington, Vt.

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