Parts Of Maine & New Hampshire Could See Snow This Week
Even though, for the most part, we have had a really mild winter, sometimes it feels like this is the winter that will not end. Technically, we are a month into spring, but we are still dealing with snow.
A few weeks ago, some parts of New England saw actual plowable (or shovelable, at least) amounts of snow.
Then, on Easter Sunday, parts of Maine saw what the Pennsylvanians refer to as graupel. Yes, it is a thing... Look it up if you don't believe me.
Now, we are hearing we could get one more taste of the white stuff before spring officially kicks in. However, this is likely to just be a few flakes, or maybe some sleet, mixed in with rain.
According to the National Weather Service, some parts of Maine and New Hampshire could see some snow mixed in with the expected rain. As always, it is more likely that we'll see the snow in the higher elevations.
As we are expecting temperatures in the upper 40s or lower 50s on Thursday, anything that does fall will not stick around long.
Just take a deep breath... It will be okay. Before you know it, you'll be sticking to your car seats complaining about how you hate the heat. It's all good because we'll be doing the same thing.
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