Eye On The Sky

Throughout The Day On VPR

The Eye on the Sky provides region-wide, detailed weather information complemented by science, history, astronomy, and lore. Special features focus on farm and garden information, seasonal recreation, and storm coverage.

Forecasts

Get the latest forecast from the Eye on the Sky:

Eye On The Sky Schedule

Weekdays

6:08 a.m.             Forecast Update

6:19 a.m              Weather Journal

7:06 a.m.             Detailed Forecast

7:19 a.m.             Recreational Forecast

7:49 a.m.             Forecast Update

8:06 a.m.             Detailed Forecast

8:19 a.m.             Forecast Update

8:49 a.m.             Weather Journal

9:04 a.m.             Forecast Update

10:04 a.m.           Forecast Update

11:04 a.m.           Forecast Update

12:07 p.m.           Forecast Update

12:55 p.m.           Comprehensive Forecast

3:04 p.m.            Forecast Update

4:04 p.m.            Forecast Update

4:20 p.m.            Forecast Update

4:30 p.m.            "Eye on the Night Sky" stargazing guide

5:04 p.m.            Forecast Update

5:20 p.m.            Forecast Update

5:33 p.m.            Forecast Update

6:04 p.m.            Forecast Update

8:04 p.m.            Forecast Update

Saturday

8:04 a.m.             Forecast Update

9:04 a.m.             Recreational Forecast

9:18 a.m.             Forecast Update

12:01 p.m.           Comprehensive Forecast

Sunday

8:04 a.m.             Forecast Update

9:04 a.m.             Forecast Update

9:18 a.m.             Forecast Update

10:04 a.m.           Forecast Update

5:04 p.m.             Forecast Update

About The Eye On The Sky
Meteorologists Mark Breen and Steve Maleski became familiar voices in December 1981 with the debut of Eye on the Sky weather forecasts, which launched the partnership between the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium and Vermont Public Radio. Lawrence Hayes joined the Eye on the Sky team in 2012.

The meteorologists gather information from various online sources and from a network of dedicated weather observers to produce accurate, local weather forecasts covering the tri-state region of Vermont, New Hampshire, and northern New York, as well as parts of southern Québec,and northern Massachusetts.

Eye on the Sky is produced daily at the Museum and broadcast by VPR, where it is heard by more than 200,000 listeners throughout Vermont and the surrounding region.

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Night Sky
11:21 am
Thu July 31, 2014

Eye On The Sky Star-Gazing Party

Meteorologist Mark Breen will help us identify the stars in Vermont's night sky.
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Take your radio and a blanket into the backyard and tune in to VPR for our Eye on the Sky Star-Gazing Party.

VPR's Ric Cengeri speaks with Mark Breen, Planetarium Director of the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium in St. Johnsbury. He answers your questions about the stars, planets and constellations. 

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Night Sky
9:00 pm
Mon August 12, 2013

Eye On The Sky Stargazing Party

AP Photo/Kevin Clifford

Monday, August 12, 2013 at 9 p.m.! Take your radio and a blanket into the backyard and tune in for our annual Eye on the Sky Stargazing Party.

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Night Sky
11:05 am
Mon August 5, 2013

Eye On The Sky Star-Gazing Party

AP Photo/Kevin Clifford

Monday, August 12, 2013 at 9 p.m. Take your radio and a blanket into the backyard and tune-in to VPR for our Eye on the Sky Star-Gazing Party.  VPR's Ric Cengeri will be joined by Mark Breen, Director of the Fairbanks Planetarium in Saint Johnsbury. He'll answer your questions about the stars, planets, and constellations.  We'll also be watching for the Perseid Meteor Shower, which will be approaching its peak.

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