Our AccuWeather.com Facebook Fans shared adorable pictures and videos of their pets in the historic Northeast snow on Saturday!
AccuWeather.com Facebook Fan Jessie M. shared this adorable and hilarious video of her dog running around in the snow! She wrote: "I know most people aren't ready for all this snow; but then there are some who are ecstatic!"
Molly enjoys her first snowstorm, and she's dressed for the occassion! AccuWeather.com Facebook Fan LoriAnn F. submitted this video from Whitehall, Pa.
Okay, this one is not a pet, but it is classic! The squirrel looks like he wants to get inside and away from the snow. AccuWeather.com Facebook Fan Steve B. submitted this photo from Keene, N.H.
Lindos first experience in a snowstorm. Photo from Westfield, N.J., submitted by AccuWeather.com Facebook Fan Matt.
Taking a walk in the snow in Connecticut. Photo submitted by AccuWeather.com Facebook Fan Doug H.
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Berks Co., PA (1979)
The second severe thunderstorm in less than a week. Hail was widespread; some stones were as large as hen's eggs, up to 4" accumulation ruined crops in the Shartlesville/Strausstown area; the storm also produced flash flooding, high winds and touched off numerous fires by its lightning.
Record Highs: Location: New Record(F): Old Record(F)/Year: Providence, RI 96 95/1943 New York, NY 96 tied 96/1969 Boston, MA 97 tied 97/1901 Portland, ME 98 97/1941,1988
Pickeral Lake, MN (1991)
Hail 3" in diameter.