It’s Impossible To Forget The Year Vermont Saw Its Single Largest Snowfall Ever

If you live in Vermont, snow goes with the territory. When looking back in history at our worst winter storms, the Storm Of The Century in 1993 had a huge impact and the Great Blizzard of 1888 went down in history books all over New England. But the biggest snowstorm title doesn’t belong to either of these giants. Surprisingly Vermont’s largest single snowfall took place in January of 2010.

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What did you do during Vermont’s biggest snowfall? Share your experiences and photos in the comments section below. Check out this previous article to take a look at more of the Green Mountain State’s epic snowstorms.