The snowstorm that is pounding the state could go down as one of the ten biggest storms in Vermont history.
So far the storm has dropped 26 inches in West Rutland, 23 in Bolton, Morrisville and Randolph Center, and 21 inches in Hinesburg, South Burlington and Underhill.
And the snow is expected to continue through tomorrow morning.
Tractor trailer trucks have been ordered off interstates and state roads after several became stuck in travel lanes making it difficult for plows to clear roads.
The state has issued a travel advisory, advising Vermonters not to drive.
Heavy snowfall and strong winds have made some roads nearly impassable and driving conditions dangerous.