A number of towns in southern Vermont are reporting flood problems. A number of local roads are washed out or closed because washouts are feared. Local officials in many towns are reporting high water and those close to rivers and streams should monitor water levels closely.
In Marlboro, officials are urging all residents of Auger Hole Road to evacuate as water is rising quickly in that area. Part of the road and bridges are washed out and the preferred route is toward Newfane.
Dover reports five roads are washed out and the town is opening two shelters: one at the Summit Hotel at Mt. Snow and one at the Dover Elementary School.
Route 100 north of Wilmington is also closed. Route 9 is also closed in Wilmington.