The National Weather Service in Caribou said Friday the spring flooding potential for all of northern, central and downeast Maine is above normal through April 13 because of ice jams.
A new record for the number of consecutive days snow was on the ground in Caribou was set Thursday, the weather service said.
“There has been a foot or more of snow on the ground at Caribou, since Nov. 30 for a total of 121 days,” a posting on its website said. “This is the longest consecutive stretch with a foot or more of snow on the ground at Caribou.The old record of 120 days was set during the winter of 1968-1969.”
Weather records began being kept at Caribou in 1939.
I blame Bush.