"As of the end of March, a total of 309 cm of snow fell this winter", Ellis said.
Freezing rain or snow is likely in northern Peterborough County and northern Kawartha Lakes, with significant snowfall (15 to 30 cm) possible in northern Haliburton County.
The model also shows that Bozeman could get close to 16 inches of snow and Livingston could see nearly 13 inches. There's another chance of an inch or two of snow. Little or no snow accumulation expected.
"Some years we get a spring that sets up early", he said, "and other years we're in a transition", with winter-like weather conditions sticking around.
Yes, it's April on the calendar, but apparently Mother Nature refuses to cooperate as a fast moving snowstorm could drop up to 6 inches across Long Island and the Five Towns, according to the National Wweather Service. This could come close enough to give us a bit of rain or snow Saturday, but most of the energy for the system should stay away, making for a chilly but mostly dry weekend.
Traditional spring temperatures likely won't appear next week either.
Superintendent Louise Blakelock, deputy head of road policing for Police Scotland, said: "We are expecting snowy conditions over the next couple of days, especially on the higher level routes". Despite mostly sunny skies tomorrow, it'll be a blustery day.
Temperatures are now a mix of upper 20s and low 30s. High near 64. Southeast wind 6 to 15 miles per hour becoming south in the afternoon. Temperatures will be a touch warmer, high look to reach the upper 30s in most locations. The wind ahead of the front will be from the southwest then shift to the west behind the boundary. Furthermore, the NWS predicts a 50 percent chance of snow Sunday and 60 percent chance Sunday night.