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On this date in 1834, perhaps the biggest May snowstorm on record occurred. North winds allowed cold air to remain in place in the valleys west of the Green Mountains, so both Rutland and Burlington reported a foot of snow. Farther east, elevation was more important, with only 5 inches in Woodstock near the Green, but a foot on the hills. 2 feet were reported in Marshfield and Newbury.