|Mar. 19, 2012||81||37|
|Mar. 19, 2013||32||23|
|Difference||49 degrees||14 degrees|
The temperature difference of 58 degrees twelve months apart doesn't tell the whole story for New Hampshire's capital city.
On March 19, 2012, Concord hit a record high of 81 for the second day in a row, having broken its record for the earliest 80-degree day on record the previous day.
A year later, March 19 brought 11 inches of snow to the city. Only two later dates in the late winter/early spring season have brought that much snow to Concord -- April 13, 1933 (15 inches) and April 6, 1982 (13.3 inches).