Sunrise: 5:12 AM
Sunset: 8:37 PM

Length of the day:
15 hours and 25 minutes

“As hot as the 4th of July” is a common saying – sometimes even used to describe our seasons as “winter and the 4th of July”. Certainly the heat wave that climaxed on this date in 1911 added greatly to its reputation. The highest all-time temperatures for Vermont and New Hampshire were recorded. Vernon, VT set the state record at 105 F, while Nashua, NH did the same at 106 F.