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Ken K. in NJ

Excellent! Thank you for studying this. I thought it was unusual that we had those >32 degree snows, but I didn't realize how unusual. Three of the seven greater than 3 inch snowfalls with the temperature above freezing in the last 100 years occurred within a two month period this year. Amazing.

William

There are at least two more days that had less than two inches of snow in which the coldest temperature was warmer than 34°. an inch of snow fell on November 15, 1906. the high/low was 41/35, and 0.5" of snow fell on November 14, 1908. the high/low was 49/36.

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