The above map, which is a model forecast for late Easter night shows not only cold air being in place but, low and behold, there’s a storm too! A few snow flakes could be flying if (and that is a huge “if”) things panned out as the map is showing. *It should be stated that 9-10 days out is what we like to call “fantasy land” with computer model data, though any type of snow in April, whether cloud or computer generated, is amusing enough and certainly worthy to be this week’s FRIDAY’S FOLLY blog entry.
FYI: Could we actually see some winter precipitation in April? Climatologically the latest measurable snow event happened on April 15th where just under an inch fell.