|A bright sunrise over St. Albans, Vermont|
as Hurricane Sandy approached Monday
Funny how a terrible thing could give us a bit of beauty. This beauty is not worth the pain of Sandy, of course, but I guess we have to take the silver linings where we can get them.
As the storm approached Monday morning, Sandy gave us bright, orange lit up dawn. After the storm moved inland, the outer tropical rainbands of the storm swept across Vermont, giving us spells of quick downpours, blue skies and lots of rainbows.
Finally, as the remains of Sandy limped off into Canada at midweek, she threw more rain showers our way, with a parting blast of a setting sun lighting up the landscape below the lingering dark clouds.
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|After mostly bypassing, Vermont|
Sandy threw up some rainbows over the state
This one is in Underhill.
|As the lingering dark clouds and showers of Sandy|
began falling apart Wednesday, a shaft of setting sun
lit up this hill in Milton Vermont