“This is the highest amount of snow we have had this late in the year,” said Rich Norton, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Caribou, Maine. “It will set a new record.”
Some 4 to 7 inches (6 – 11 cm) of snow fell across the northern part of the state over the weekend.
A second cold front moving through the Great Lakes threatens to drop temperatures 10 to 20 F (11 to 17 C) below normal from the Rockies to the central Appalachians through the middle of the week, according to the agency.
Chicago, Albany and Boston have been chillier than average since April.
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