No joke: More snow likely Friday and possible nor'easter next week

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That rain is out ahead of a warm front that breaks through Wednesday morning, allowing for a mild and breezy day.

The strong gusts of wind that will rocket across the area today will get a lot of attention, but there's also more snow in the forecast.

The flurries could accumulate during the Friday morning commute, and though Bay Staters are used to driving in the snow, forecasters wrote that there's "some concern this'll catch folks off guard, if coming to fruition, making for Friday a.m. commute travel headaches".

A jet stream south of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area means lower temperatures to the north and precipitation that can include snow, said Katie Gross, a meteorologist at the weather service office in Valley.

GALION -It you are not a weather geek - as I am - the first week of April is bringing weather that is not going to be much fun.

Part of the problem is a wave of unseasonably cold air pushing down from Canada this Thursday and sticking around through next Tuesday, Rowland said. With a lot of blooms on the trees, that adds more weight to the branches with heavy wet snow. And temperatures will take a nose dive.

Another storm system will approach our area late Sunday and continue through Wisconsin on Monday. Behind this system it will turn blustery and cold for Thursday's Red Sox home opener. "New Canaan hit the jackpot with 7.5". Rain is likely most of the day on Tuesday and into Wednesday morning as the wind picks up throughout the day.

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"It can be a pretty terrific snow producer", Wettenkamp said.

(Updated) - The calendar says it's early April-but, it appears there's no end in sight for KMAland's long stretch of winter weather.

Not before a bit of a "spring" feel arrives for some to our south, though.

Don't put away your snow shovels and snowblowers just yet, Winona.

"A one- to two-degree difference in the temperature can be the difference between rain or snow", Wert said.

For the month there was 14.7 inches of snow; the average is 12.2 inches. Central Jersey's snowiest April was 11.3 inches, set in 1915, and South Jersey's snowiest April was 14.7 inches, set in 1915.

The last time NY got more than 4 inches of snow in April was 2003, according to a National Weather Service tweet.

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