Yes, it's April. No, we're not done with snow

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05 April, 2018

In the Council Bluffs-Omaha area, forecasters were calling for a wintry mix of rain and snow today, a high temperature around 30 degrees and winds howling out of the northwest. The STORMTracker weather team is tracking a second spring storm to hit the month of April.

Areas east of Louisville, including Lexington, will receive the largest amounts of snow in the region, Wilkins added.

Rain falling on the north country Wednesday morning could change to snow later in the day.

It may be April, but winter isn't quite done yet, and meteorologists say we could be in for another bout of snow at the end of the week.

The wind will bring with it some cold air. Friday could see a high of 44 degrees during the day and a low of 34 at night.

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Monday morning brought heavy, wet snow as temperatures plummeted to the low 30s during the predawn hours.

It will be partly sunny with highs in the mid- to upper-30s for the weekend. There's no doubt temperatures are going to remain below average for the next 10 days or so, but how much precipitation falls and how much of it falls as snow is yet unclear.

We are waking up to bitter cold April temperatures this morning across the KQ2 viewing area. Even more unusual will be when you look outside next week and it still looks like the middle of Winter. An inch or two of snow is possible from Thursday afternoon into early Friday morning, but no major impacts are expected. Breezy, with a west wind around 25 miles per hour.

Environment Canada has now issued a wind warning for Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, and Northumberland, with wind gusts up to 90km/h developing on Wednesday, which may cause power outages and damage to buildings.

Forecasters peg the odds of precipitation in Boston on Friday at 70 percent.


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