Scattered snow showers were still moving out of the region this morning, especially in the eastern part of the state.
'It's not unusual to see snow in early April, ' Stark told the New York Daily News. This will bring storm totals since it began Monday afternoon into the 6 to 10 inch range for much of the region, with isolated higher pockets possible in central Wisconsin. Remember, mainly on the grass.
There are signs of another possible coastal storm early next week and with enough cold air across parts of New England Tuesday, any precipitation would fall in the form of snow.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for snow in the morning turning to rain and snow in the afternoon.
Behind the warm front, Wednesday will be mild with highs near 60 degrees! The wind will switch to the northwest and the air will turn colder toward evening. I think we're going to have to wait until sometime after the middle of the month before we see prolonged spring-like weather.
There could be another nor'easter late this week.
Winter storm delivers more snow today
Follow Steve on Twitter ss_alpenanews. "An additional 1-4" of snow is expected Tuesday night, with the heaviest amounts north of Dane County.
FRIDAY: Rain likely (may start or end as a brief mix of snow/sleet).
Their alfalfa went dormant again, but it seems like if there was a time for a late snow storm, this is it. Temperatures will reach the lower to mid-40s as winds shift out of the south in the afternoon.
The sky is clear to partly cloudy across CT at this time and the air is chilly. Clouds will build back in Thursday as the next cold front approaches.
This disturbance could lead to the development of low pressure along a frontal boundary, bringing the possibility of wintry weather to the mid-South, southern Appalachians and possibly the southern mid-Atlantic Friday night into Saturday night.
Thursday in the area will be partly sunny with a high around 50 and a low Thursday night in the mid-20s.