It Was So Cold In Vermont In 2015, Temperatures Stayed Below Freezing For 27 Days

Some of the many things Vermont is known for include its lush Green Mountains, stunning Fall foliage, breathtaking hiking trails, being neighbors with Canada, exciting ski resorts, and maple syrup. This scenic state in New England is also known as one of the coldest states in the country which tends to be faced with freezing temperatures each winter.

In 2015, locals experienced one of the coldest winters in Vermont. Starting January 26, Vermonters dealt with freezing weather for 27 days straight. This period began with the infamous New England Blizzards that slammed Vermont on January 26th and 27th. Aside from the bitter cold, Vermonters in parts of the state had to deal with up to three feet of snow as well. If you’re curious to know more, read on to learn more about what the Green Mountain State was like during one of the coldest winters in Vermont.

Do you remember this epic freeze during one of the coldest winters in Vermont? if so, feel free to share your memories in the following comments section.

To learn more about why the Green Mountain State is so chilly, take a look at this piece about winter in Vermont.

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