GRAY — Parts of Maine and New Hampshire saw a little more snow on Tuesday after some parts of the states received half a foot the previous day.

The National Weather Service said Tuesday’s highest total was 3 inches in Pinkham Notch in New Hampshire.

Other areas saw less than an inch or just a coating of snow, the service said. The Mount Washington area received about an inch.

The snow came after 6 inches fell in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, and Randolph, New Hampshire, on Monday.

It has been a cold and blustery month in northern New England, though temperatures could become more seasonal in parts of the states later this week.


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