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On November 2nd, 1950, much of New England was basking in the warmth of an Indian Summer spell that set records for the date and for the month. Burlington was 75, tying the record for its warmest reading ever in November, while Woodstock, Cavendish, and Dorset reached 78. The warmest in Vermont was Rutland at 79, while it reached 80 in Concord, NH. A cold front ended the heat in Burlington, but it reached 81 in Bellows Falls, VT.