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The heaviest snow of a long storm lasting 4 days started off April on this date in 1807. When it was over, the deepest snowcover ever noted was reported in some places, including Randolph, VT where 4 feet lay in the open, and 6 feet in the woods. 5 feet of snow was on the ground in Danville, VT, and 4 and a half feet in Lunenburg, VT.