The St. Patrick’s Day Blizzard Of 2007 Dumped Up to Two Feet Of Snow On Vermont

Do you love the snow? If your answer is yes, you might have been thrilled if you were in Vermont during the 2007 Saint Patrick’s Day blizzard.

2007 was quite a record breaking year for snowfall in Vermont. During the storm on March 17th, snowfall ranged from 7 to 24 inches, pending on where it fell within the state. And, along with this massive blizzard, Vermont was also hit with a storm on Valentine’s Day of the same year that left up to 48 inches in certain parts of the state!

Read on to learn more about this piece of Vermont history.

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