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Cold February Temperatures Break Records in Caribou

Cold February Temperatures Break Records in Caribou

| March 4, 2015

February, a month that is usually a bit milder than January, but that wasn’t the case this year. “February in Caribou was exceptionally cold. So cold in fact that it was the coldest February on record and records go back to 1939,” says Science and Operations Officer at the National Weather Service in Caribou, Todd Foisy. The […]

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Large Snowpack has Raised Flood Potential to Above Normal

Large Snowpack has Raised Flood Potential to Above Normal

| March 26, 2014

The cold temperatures this winter have allowed the snow to stick around. According to Corey Bogel of the National Weather Service in Caribou, the snow depth is 36 inches, which is the deepest snow pack during this time since 1963. This large snow pack has raised the flood potential to above normal. “If you were […]

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