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Spring appeared to be well underway on this date, in 1993. Temperatures reached the 60s in most places just ahead of a cold front. By evening, rain had turned to snow in the Adirondacks. While mild rains fell in Vermont, 19 inches of very wet snow clobbered Ellenburg Depot, while Malone had 22 inches of late-season snow to shovel. The cold air reached the Green Mountains on the 22nd, and into the valleys on the 23rd, when Burlington picked up 5 inches of snow, a record for so late in the season.