Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
933 AM EST SUN NOV 9 2014

...NORTHERN AND EASTERN MAINE OFF TO A SNOWY START THIS
NOVEMBER...

SO FAR THIS NOVEMBER A TOTAL OF 15.8 INCHES OF SNOW HAS BEEN
OBSERVED AT CARIBOU. THIS IS 14.2 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL...AND IS BY
FAR THE SNOWIEST START TO THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER ON RECORD. PRIOR
TO THIS NOVEMBER...2004 HAD THE SNOWIEST START TO THE MONTH OF
NOVEMBER WITH 11.1 INCHES DURING THE FIRST 8 DAYS OF THE MONTH.
THE ALL-TIME SNOWIEST NOVEMBER AT CARIBOU WAS IN 1974 WHEN THERE
WAS A TOTAL OF 34.9 INCHES OF SNOW. BY COMPARISON...THE AVERAGE
SNOWFALL FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF NOVEMBER AT CARIBOU IS 10.5
INCHES.

AT BANGOR...A TOTAL OF 12 INCHES OF SNOW HAS BEEN OBSERVED SO FAR
THIS NOVEMBER...WHICH IS 11.9 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. IT IS ALSO BY
FAR THE SNOWIEST START TO THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER ON RECORD. PRIOR
TO THIS NOVEMBER...1968 HAD THE SNOWIEST START TO THE MONTH OF
NOVEMBER WITH 4.7 INCHES OF SNOW DURING THE FIRST 8 DAYS OF THE
MONTH. THE ALL-TIME SNOWIEST NOVEMBER AT BANGOR WAS IN 1962 WHEN
THERE WAS A TOTAL OF 24.6 INCHES OF SNOW. BY COMPARISON...THE
AVERAGE SNOWFALL FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF NOVEMBER AT BANGOR IS
ONLY 2.3 INCHES.

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CB



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