The 20th Anniversary of Massachusett’s April Fool’s Day Nor’easter

Watts Up With That?

I wasn’t planning to write a series on notable springtime storms of the northeast, but I was considering writing something about this storm’s 20th anniversary. Instead, I spent much of this April 1st dealing with a brand new March 31/April 1 storm that brought me 12.3″ (31.2 cm) of snow here near Concord NH. While there are many March snow storms, there are a lot fewer in April. There is often ample atmospheric moisture in April, and its storms show what happens when there’s enough cold air available to make snow.

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