This Date In 1941

On this date in 1941, Enosburg Falls, Vermont reached 72 degrees, the warmest December temperature on record in Vermont. Today’s forecast high has the digits reversed at 27 degrees.  Why doesn’t Bernie remember this?

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6 Responses to This Date In 1941

  1. Gator says:

    Likely because of what happened two days later.

  2. nonhocapito says:

    He was 3 months old. It’s unlikely he noticed the hot weather or the attacks on pearl harbour or pretty much anything but nipples and poop, which are, of course the means of production.

  3. Lance says:

    “Why doesn’t Bernie remember this?”….there is nothing more admirable in a politician than a short memory!!

  4. billtoo says:

    “the woods are lovely, dark, and deep”

  5. Frank K. says:

    Perhaps one reason people don’t know about this record is because it’s now been deleted from some databases (see below, from Intellicast’s “Historical Averages” page, which is run by the Wundergrounders…).

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