Sunrise: 6:34 AM
Sunset: 5:33 PM

Length of the day:
10 hours and 59 minutes

An interesting weather note is found in the records for this date in 1936. 3 inches of brown, dirty snow had fallen from the sky as noted in a St. Johnsbury diary, most likely due to dust storms in the Great Plains. While microscopic particles of dust, pollen, sea salt, and pollutants typically provide the nuclei that all snow crystals form on, the amount of dust in this case was extraordinary.