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It was on this date in 1953 that September’s most notable heat wave ended with a soaking rain. The Northeast Kingdom caught the brunt of a weather front slowing down over the region, with rain buckets measuring 2.64 inches in St. Johnsbury, and 2.83 inches in West Burke. Bloomfield was rather soggy after 3.1 inches, while the greatest amount reported came from West Danville at 4.33 inches.