The Natural Phenomenon In Vermont That Only Happens During Wintertime

When the temperatures drop down to zero in Vermont and you’re all snuggled under the blankets at night, have you ever been awakened by a loud boom? These things that go bump in the night during the winter are probably not monsters under your bed. They might actually be a frost quake, the winter phenomenon that can cause explosive noises startling enough to wake you out of deep sleep. Read on to learn more…

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Have you ever been woken up by a frost quake? Were you afraid or just confused? Share your experiences in the comments section below. One place where you’re guaranteed to find frosty temperatures in the winter is the coldest town in Vermont.