Vermont on track for record low snowfall for November

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There’s never been so little snow in Vermont during the month of November. The National Weather Service says just a half-inch of snow has fallen so far in November.

Unless there’s an unexpected storm in the next few days, a record will be set for lack of snow.

The Weather Service says the record low amount of snowfall was set in 1964 when just 7 inches was recorded.

The record for the most snow during November was set with 68.8 inches in 1976.

The temperatures also have been warmer than normal. So far, the average for November has been 34 degrees, which is eight degrees above normal.

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