Mountains in New Hampshire, known for its extreme weather, recorded the heaviest snowfall for June in 91 years.
According to the Mount Washington Observatory, Saturday’s snowfall on Mount Washington brought total snow cover for June to 8.4 inches.
But as the warm weather returned, nearly everything had melted by early Monday morning.
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The observatory posted on Facebook that, statistically speaking, the last snowfall of the season usually occurs in early to mid-June in most years.
A near-permanent low pressure system was located over the area, and snow fell early in the morning each month.
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“The total amount is likely to increase further as another low pressure system approaches in the next few days,” the observatory said in a statement.
The observatory sits atop a 6,288-foot mountain, the highest in the Northeast.