Weird Weather: N.Y. Blanketed With 3 Feet Of Snow

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(CNN) - Parts of the country are experiencing some unusual weather on this Memorial Day holiday weekend. It is the unofficial start of summer but it does not look like it's supposed to.

Torrential rain and historic flooding blamed for at least three deaths in the San Antonio area. The body of an 18-year-old missing since Saturday was recovered from flood waters on Sunday night.

Drivers had to be rescued from flood waters submerged in more than nine inches of rain that fell in less than seven hours.

Drenching rains and flooding washed away any outdoor plans in the central plains. In Iowa, residents breaking out their shovels instead of their grills to make sand bags to protect from rising waters.

The final week of may looking more like a winter wonderland in parts of the northeast. The Memorial Day weekend storm brought chilly temps and dumped nearly three feet of snow on a New York ski mountain in the Adirondacks.

And in Stowe, Vermont, more an a foot of snow recorded on Sunday the latest in the season it's ever had that much snow.

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