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Summer may be underway, but that doesn’t mean all tomatoes are automatically safe. Over a century ago on this date, in 1918, the second of two frosty mornings in a row was recorded in many of the colder valleys. St. Johnsbury was 31 degrees with a light frost, while it dipped to 28 in Bloomfield, Northfield, and Somerset, and a vegetable-freezing 27 degrees in Chelsea, VT.