Saturday, April 7, 2012

Weekend April Sunset in Vermont

This time of year in New England, chilly damp storms tend to stall out to our northeast, over the Canadian Maritimes.

These storms throw clouds westward into Vermont, erasing spring sunshine and replacing the skies witih a gray overcast. A damp, cold wind also rises. That's just what happened today.

Those westward moving clouds stopped advancing over New York State. So when the sun set, it found the breaks in the clouds over New York, and threw a lot of brilliant light into the gray overcast in Vermont, giving a splash of warm color on a chilly April evening.

This post has the photos to prove it.

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