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A sharp change in the weather pattern struck on this date in 1938. The first week of the month had featured record warmth. Then, following a powerful snowstorm on the 24th that dropped 10 to 20 inches over most of Vermont and New Hampshire, severe cold gripped the region. -13 degrees tied St. Johnsbury’s record for the month of November, while 19 below zero in White River Junction was within a degree of the New England record!