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Hmmm .....so, where are these historical measurements taken?  Burlington?  Montpelier?  In 2000, there was good skiing to be had on October 8th:  http://tinyurl.com/cltpq .  Of course, most of us recall that 2000-2001 was epic.  Are these recent treats a sign of things to come?  Mount Washington set a then record for October snow in 2000 and had a big November as well.
 
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Dave Bouchard <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
At the Starks nest Sat  I started running my mouth about historic weather dates in recent history - I was shut down pretty quick by a guy because I guess I didn't look back far enough on my VT Life Weather calendar.  Here are some notable snow event in Oct going back as far as weather was recorded:
 
1987 4th 20"
1965  5th 3"
1979 9th abt 5" avg.
1804 10th famous "snow hurricane" 36"
1925 10th 24"
1836 13th 4-6"
1780 17th 8"
1783 18th 12"
1792 22nd 10"
1969 22nd 5"
1820 24-25th 12"+
1823 27th 22"
2000 29th abt 7"
2005 sure to be on the calendar next year
 
 
 
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