It’s been a lukewarm and rainy start to June in New Hampshire, which is annoying me because I want to go swimming. For Mt. Washington though, it’s allowed for some more powder days.

The Mt. Washington Observatory announced on Saturday that they have received a record-breaking amount of snowfall for the month of June. So far this month, they’ve received 8.4 inches of the white stuff. Over this past week, they’ve seen multiple snowstorms, including 4.2 inches of snow/sleet on Wednesday. This is the largest amount of snow ever recorded on Mt. Washington in June since measurements began in 1932.

Is it enough to ski? Probably not, unless you want your rock skis to break, but it’s still cool to see some snow still falling in the Northeast.

Image/Video Credits: Mt. Washington Observatory

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