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SNOW ON THANKSGIVING November 21, 2002

Posted by thenaturalist in Snow, Thanksgiving.
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Burlington is the second-likeliest Northeast city to have a cover of snow for Thanksgiving, with a 34 percent probability. The front runner is Caribou, Maine, which has a 67 percent probability. Predictions are based on a 30-year average of Northeast snowfall from 1971 to 2000. Big cities farther south, such as New York, Baltimore, and Philadelphia all have a zero chance of snow.

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