Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
743 AM EST MON NOV 3 2014

...RECORD SNOWFALL ACROSS NORTHERN AND EASTERN MAINE...

A TOTAL OF 10.1 INCHES OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED AT CARIBOU, MAINE YESTERDAY.
THIS SMASHED THE DAILY SNOWFALL RECORD FOR NOVEMBER 2ND OF 1.3
INCHES IN 2002. THIS WAS ALSO THE LARGEST CALENDAR DAY SNOWFALL
EVER OBSERVED SO EARLY IN THE SEASON BREAKING THE RECORD OF 9.4
INCHES ON OCTOBER 29, 1963. IT WAS BY FAR THE EARLIST DOUBLE DIGIT
SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU. THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 12.8 INCHES
WAS OBSERVED ON NOVEMBER 20, 1945.

AT BANGOR...A TOTAL OF 12.0 INCHES OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED YESTERDAY.
THIS CRUSHED THE PREVIOUS DAILY RECORD FOR NOVEMBER 2ND OF 0.5"
SET IN 1951. THIS WAS BY FAR THE LARGEST CALENDAR DAY SNOWFALL
EVER OBSERVED SO EARLY IN THE SEASON BREAKING THE RECORD OF 7.8
INCHES ON OCTOBER 26, 1962. IT WAS BY FAR THE EARLIEST DOUBLE
DIGIT SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT BANGOR. THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 18.9
INCHES WAS OBSERVED ON NOVEMBER 15, 1962.

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