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Winter in New England

Updated on April 14, 2013

A Winter Wonderland

With an arctic wind blowing out of Canada, New England can get very cold. The average winter day in NE is between 0 to 30 degrees but can drop well below zero before you factor in the wind chill. The coldest temperature ever recorded in NE was -38. New England's average annual snow fall ranges from 60" to over 100". Some places in NE like Mt Washington in New Hampshire with its higher elevation can see 25 Feet of snow per year and in 2005 it snowed on Mt Washington on July 2nd.

New England winters are also known for our winter sports many people enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, Snowshoeing and cross country skiing. There are several state parks if your adventurous they are a sight to see.

Why New England?

New England is lovely when blanketed in winter white. Winter is skiing and snuggling season, a time to enjoy the invigorating freshness of a winter day, then sip hot cider in front of a fire with the one you cherish. It's also the magical holiday season, and New England is the perfect place to make merry.

Do you live in New England?

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