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An early season snowstorm dumped 10 to 20 inches of snow over the higher elevations on this date in 1968, getting many ski areas off to an early start. A storm riding up the coast brought mostly rain, but changed to snow first in the mountains, and last in the valleys. It was very wet, causing considerable damage to utility lines. Peru, VT recorded 11 inches, while Montpelier had 5 inches, and Burlington 2.5 inches. November 1968 went on to be the snowiest on modern record.