||A complex storm system moved across Ontario and Quebec on the 4th with a frontal boundary that moved across Vermont during the afternoon. Meanwhile, a coastal low developed off the New Jersey coast during the late afternoon and evening of the 4th, that delivered precipitation across the area through the early morning hours of the 5th. Rain mixed with and then changed to sleet and snow across Vermont during the afternoon of the 4th and continued through midday on the 5th.|Combined snow and sleet accumulations ranged from 4 to 12 inches with the higher amounts in the higher elevations. This caused some hazardous travel as well as some scattered power outages due to fallen tree limbs and branches. |Some specific snowfall accumulations included; 4 inches in Jericho (Chittenden county) and Morrisville (Lamoille county), 5 inches in Westford (Chittenden county), 7 inches in Granville (Addison county), Montgomery (Franklin county), Danby Four Corners (Rutland) and Rochester (Windsor county), 8 inches in Jay (Orleans county), Mount Holly (Rutland county), Chelsea (Orange county) and Woodstock (Windsor county), 9 inches in North Underhill (Chittenden county), East Haven (Essex county), Newport (Orleans county) and Worcester (Washington county), 10 inches in New Haven (Addison county), St. Johnsbury (Caledonia) and Greensboro (Orleans), 11 inches in South Lincoln (Addison county), Eden (Lamoille county), Waitsfield (Washington county) and Bethel (Windsor county), 12 inches in Lyndonville (Caledonia county), Island Pond (Essex county) and Brookfield (Orange county) with 14 inches in Sutton (Caledonia county) and North Calais (Orange county).