My introduction will be brief – I’m Mike and I’m a snow lover, full confession. For good or ill the reality of the weather situation is whatever will be, will be. Let’s try and unravel the tapestry together.

Here’s my shot at April:


Looks as if the first half of the month will be on the stormy side for both the West and East coasts, along with the Great Lakes. Possible wide-reaching system around the 7th for a sizable chunk of the east based on the current model guidance.

The best chance for additional snowfall looks to be through Atlantic Canada which isn’t all that unusual for this point in the season, beginning with the current low tracking towards the region which will affect parts of NS and have significant impacts for NL in the wake of the very recent storm there:


Here is the sequence of events via the RDPS, hours 24-36-48: