Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Caribou ME
403 AM EDT Mon Apr 22 2019

...CARIBOU SETS RECORD STREAK OF DAYS WITH AT LEAST ONE INCH OF
SNOW ON THE GROUND...

The snow depth early Monday morning at Caribou has finally
dropped to a trace. At 163 days, Caribou has set a record streak
for consecutive days of one inch or more of snow on the ground,
with one inch or more on the ground from November 10 to April 21.
The previous record was 155 days in 2002/2003.

Caribou`s seasonal snowfall of 164.7 inches is the third snowiest
on record. The record is 197.8 inches in 2007/2008 and second
place is 181.1 inches in 1954/1955. Caribou very likely will
finish the season in third place.

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