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BURLINGTON SUMMER September 1, 2009

Posted by thenaturalist in Cold Weather, Rain, Records.
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The National Weather Service in South Burlington defines summer, meteorologically, as June, July, and August. Burlington’s coldest summer was 1912, when the mean temperature for June, July, and August was 63.5 degrees. The wettest summer was 1998, when two feet of rain fell in Burlington between June 1 and August 31. (Matt Sutkoski, BFP, 9/1/09)

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COLD CHRISTMAS OF 1980 December 25, 1980

Posted by thenaturalist in Christmas, Cold Weather, Records.
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Christmas 1980 brought temperatures as low as 26 below zero to Burlington.

COLD WINTER OF 1976-77 March 1, 1977

Posted by thenaturalist in Cold Weather, Records, Winter.
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The record for subfreezing temperatures is 51 days, which occurred in the winter of 1976-1977. (Matt Sutkoski, BFP, 2/1/03)

VERMONT’S COLDEST DAY (DECEMBER 30, 1933) December 30, 1970

Posted by thenaturalist in Cold Weather, Records.
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It was -50 degrees F. in Bloomfield on December 30, 1933 — the lowest official temperature ever reported in Vermont.