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The cold winter of 1933 and ’34 experienced the first of many arctic intrusions on this date in 1933. The coldest air so early in the season dropped thermometers to 9 in Burlington, only recovering to the teens. By the morning of the 16th, temperatures were dipping below zero, including 5 below in Rutland, and 6 below in Woodstock. More record lows were set in November of ’33 than any other November.