Sunrise: 5:20 AM
Sunset: 8:32 PM

Length of the day:
15 hours 1 minutes

Blistering heat was the story on this date, more than a quarter of a century ago, in 1995. Following a very hot June, July topped that performance. The high temperatures reached the upper 90s to near 100, Burlington tying its record for the hottest temperature ever in July at 100. Combined with a low temperature of 78, the average temperature for the date of 89 is the warmest on Burlington’s records going back to the 1870s. Salisbury, VT equaled Burlington’s 100 degree reading, while Concord and Greenland, NH roasted at 101 degrees.