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Winterlike weather pattern tightens grip on U.S. Northeast, unloading snow in some areas

Winterlike weather pattern tightens grip on U.S. Northeast, unloading snow in some areas

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Winter is making a mid-May comeback in the northeastern United States early this week as snow returned to some areas with cold and rainy weather in other parts of the region. The same storm that brought several rounds of severe weather and flooding rainfall to the south-central U.S. last week is bringing downright raw weather to the Northeast. Mother’s Day turned out to be a washout in much of the mid-Atlantic and southern New England, with rain and drizzle accompanying temperatures more typical of mid-March than the middle of May.
Source: Winterlike weather pattern tightens grip on U.S. Northeast, unloading snow in some areas

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