Thursday flurries double April snowfall

That raised the unofficial month-to-date total, to 13.8 centimetres, and past the April norm of 10.6. It also left the month-to-date precipitation total at 13.8 millimetres, just five millimetres less than the April average.

According to the current forecast, we can expect to add to the totals again before we reach the halfway point in the month on Monday. It predicts more flurries later today and periods of snow tomorrow.

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