Sunrise: 5:11 AM
Sunset: 8:38 PM

Length of the day:
15 hours and 27 minutes

Tornadoes are a rare part of the variety of weather that makes it so interesting here, but they do occur. A note from John Hayward’s “A Gazatteer of Vermont” indicates on this date in 1833, a tornado tracked from Salem Pond in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, just east of Newport, east-northeast to Holland, Norton, and finally into Quebec, and was at times up to three quarters of a mile wide, knocking downs trees and buildings along the way.