Winter Weather Central

As of 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Statewide Outlook:

Drivers should be prepared for the current snowfall to turn into a wintry mix that eventually merges into freezing drizzle late this evening. Precipitation is forecast to be out of the region late tonight/early morning tomorrow (2/19) Expect wet and snow covered roads and the potential for black ice on this evenings commute.


VTrans crews are currently out clearing roads and/or treating them. They will continue working until the storm is out of the area. Drivers are advised to give crews the room they need to safely work and drive for the condition of the road.

Plow Finder

We have about 250 trucks to cover the whole state and a plow route can take up to 2 hours to complete. See when the next one is coming and plan your trip accordingly.

New England Compass (511)

Vermont has joined with Maine and New Hampshire to share traffic data across the region. Now you can see construction, closures, and hazards in the same format for all three states.

Highway Webcams

We’ve compiled all the video camera feeds on one page so you can bookmark your favorites.

Vermont Alert System





Create an account and receive warnings via email or text. You can customize your location and the types of alerts you want to receive from parking bans to tornados.


Waze is a crowdsourced traffic app that uses our data along with inputs from its users and other GPS units on the road. The mobile app provides hands-free audio warnings of congestion and road hazards ahead.

National Weather Service

Get the latest advisories, maps and data for your town. Fact: most of Vermont is covered by the Burlington station, but Bennington and Windham counties are served by Albany.