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    Photos: Snow for Memorial Day Weekend in Parts of New England

    By by Molly Cochran, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    May 30, 2013, 2:52:51 AM EDT

    The Memorial Day weekend in parts of northern New England felt more like winter than the unofficial start to summer as snow fell across the region. Vermont was one of the areas that experienced the most snow over the Memorial Day weekend. Near Walden, Vt., there was a report of 6.0 inches of snow. Other snow totals include 7.5 inches at Mount Mansfield, Vt., 4.5 inches near Jay, Vt., and 4.0 inches at Marshfield, Vt.

    On Friday, Syracuse and Binghamton, N.Y., broke the record for the latest day of the year that it has snowed. The previous record was May 17, 1973 for Syracuse and May 18, 2002 and 1973 in Binghamton.

    Check out some snowy photos from this weekend that were posted on Twitter.


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