Can any of you meteorology types tell whether the sudden pool of cold air has anything to do with the receding of El Nino? I recall that snow flurries in Vermont in June is not unheard of. Years ago (when I was a collegian) there was a touch of snow in Middlebury on June 1st. (In the late 70s, there was some wet snow in New York City on a May 7th, and simultaneously a really big dump of wet snow not too far upstate). Does today's cold bode well for next fall/winter/spring? Or is it impossible to tell?