A Month Into Summer, Boston's Finally Out Of Snow A seven-story tall tower of snow, piled up during New England's record winter, finally finished melting on Tuesday.

A Month Into Summer, Boston's Finally Out Of Snow

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Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. It's mid-July and winter has finally ended in Boston - at least symbolically. Yesterday, Boston's mayor announced that the giant pile of dirty snow left over from the city's record-breaking snowfall had finally melted. The seven-story snow tower took so long to thaw out there was a citywide contest to guess when it would go away. Many were predicting August, even September, and the temperatures in Boston this week, by the way, are in the 80s. It's MORNING EDITION.

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