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The first of two tornadoes or severe storms let loose on the town of Enosburg Falls, Vermont on this date in 1907. Although information learned about tornadoes in the past few decades could give us better insight, we can simply examine the reports of damage and make some educated guesses. The mention of thousands of sugar maples were blow over or twisted off suggests very strong winds. Either a small tornado, or a microburst of wind would be the likely causes.