No Joke: New England To Get Snow Dump On April Fool’s Day
March is not going out like a lamb in parts of New England.
A major snowstorm that arrives Friday evening in Maine and New Hampshire will continue bringing snow right through much of April Fools' Day, which is Saturday.
The National Weather Service says some places, like higher terrain between Nashua and Keene in New Hampshire, could see a foot to 18 inches of snow. In Maine, the heaviest snowfall is expected to be in the interior sections of York County, which could see 6 to 10 inches.
There's also going to be heavy snow in parts of Massachusetts and Vermont.
April snow is not unusual in northern New England. The record for Maine was 15 inches on April 10, 1906, and 14 inches on April 6, 1982