Think it may be raining in Maine much more during the winter months than it used to?  You may be right.

According to, much of winter's precipitation is now falling as rain, and it's due to global warming.  Here in Maine, if you use this past winter as an example, it's pretty darn scary.

The company analyzed 65 years of winter precipitation in 42 states, and found that a lot of what once was snow, is now turning to rain.  Here in Maine, 58% of the stations monitored are now getting more rain than snow during the winter months.

As a matter of fact, if you stroll across the interactive map you'll find that all of the states monitored show more  and more rain is now falling during the winter months.

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