Six to 12 inches (15 to 30 cm) of snow expected.
The first half of April marks the second-coldest start of the month since 1881, said meteorologist Charles Mott of the National Weather Service.
“Rutgers University daily snow extent anomaly shows a LOT more positive snow extent than is typical,”
Up to a foot of snow for parts of the state.
Large flying rocks could fall over a two-mile (3 km) radius.
Record-breaking snowpack in some areas.
“It’s the coldest and snowiest April on record near the Great Lakes,” headlines the Washington Post. “Scores of records for both snow and cold have fallen.”
And surprise, surprise, the article tries to blame ‘climate change.’
On April 16, 2018 in Samara, Russia, a restaurant floated away on ice from the shore.
Media claims of “unprecedented” sea-ice melt in the Arctic are just simply not true.
Another 6 to 9 inches (15 to 22 cm)