The biggest April snowfall occurred back in 1982, when more than 13 inches of snow was measured following a freak storm. Meanwhile, a Winter Weather Advisory starts at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday and goes through early Wednesday morning for these counties: Iowa, Dane, Sauk, Columbia, Dodge, Green Lake, Marquette, Grant, Crawford, and Richland.
Snow continued falling through Monday; 6 to 8 inches were expected throughout the day, said Aaron Gilstead, a meteorologist with the NWS office in Billings.
Some Lawrence County residents awoke yesterday morning to see almost 3 inches of snow left by an overnight snowstorm.
On Wednesday, showers are likely between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., but it will get warmer, with the temperature expected to hit 60. Once the precipitation becomes heavier however, temperatures will quickly cool and anyone seeing rain or a mix will change over to snow. Many roads are snow covered or snow and ice covered with reduced visibilities due to blowing and drifting snow.
High temperatures around the low-30s are expected throughout the week.
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Tuesday night, the low will fall into the mid- to upper teens and northwest winds will gust as high as 35-40 miles per hour.
Normal highs of 65 degrees are expected during April's second half, National Weather Service forecasts show.
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Low pressure returns on Tuesday and brings heavy rain to the region, with strong winds on Wednesday and snow showers Wednesday night.
Madison's record precipitation for April 1 is 1.57 inches in 1959. Wind was kicking up on Sunday and that ushered in colder air from Canada, which is why it's snowing and not raining. A strengthening low-level jet from the south along with a developing area of low pressure to our west will bring widespread rain across southeastern MI.
Thursday: Partly sunny, with a high near 51. Initially, temperatures will be warm enough that the snow could start out as rain or a mix with rain.
A cold front comes and undercuts that with highs in the mid-40s with sunshine for Thursday.
Accumulating snow is possible on Friday too.