The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for all of Vermont. Worst potential for flooding will be Sunday night into Monday, but scattered strong to severe thunderstorms could cause flooding sooner.
This would normally only be enough rain to cause localized flash flooding. But most of the highway/bridge repairs around Vermont consist of soft, loose gravel and are not able to even withstand moderately high water.
If you live in an area that had become an 'island' or almost became an 'island' during Irene, and you want to go home, BUY LOTS OF SUPPLIES! Be ready to be alone there again. Or, stay with a friend in Burlington or somewhere else safe.
I think this flooding will be worse on mountain streams and small rivers, and less severe in places like the Winooski River and Otter Creek. There are no guarantees though. Please be safe!