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Transient Snow

Being 30 degrees south of the equator many people may not expect to find snow around here in winter in New England. The altitude however, being about 1000 metres (3300 feet) above sea level, means that it gets cold enough. If conditions are right we’ll see snow a couple of times a year. On rare occasions the snow might even lie on the ground for a while!

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