Sunrise: 5:32 AM
Sunset: 8:02 PM

Length of the day:
14 hours 1 minutes

This date in 1803 made quite an impression on those living in southern Vermont and New Hampshire. A cold rain turned to snow as a storm tracked through the Ohio Valley, then up the east coast. No specific records of snowfall exist, but the Vermont Gazette in Bennington noted “it snowed considerably a great part of the day”, while in Keene, NH just east of Brattleboro, people went to church in sleighs.