Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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000 NOUS41 KCAR 170721 PNSCAR MEZ001>006-010-011-015>017-029>032-171930- Public Information Statement National Weather Service Caribou ME 221 AM EST Tue Jan 17 2017 ...Winter 2016-2017 Update... Meteorological winter is the 3 month period from December through February. During the first half of the winter (December 1st through January 15th), the average temperature at Caribou of 15.8 degrees exactly equaled the 30-year average temperature (1981-2010 averages). There was a total of 51.4 inches of snow, which was 16.1 inches above average. It was the snowiest first half of winter since the winter of 2007-2008. At Bangor, the average temperature so far this winter of 21.8 degrees was 1.3 degrees below average. A total of 21.3 inches of snow was observed, which was just one tenth of an inch (0.1") below average. From December 1st through january 15th there were 15 nights with a low below zero at Caribou, which was 2 above average. At Bangor, there were 8 nights with a low below zero, which was 2 above average. $$ CB

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