"Scattered thunderstorms are possible late this morning through the afternoon". Although it is nonseasonal for this time of year, it is not uncommon to see April snow. The Omaha area will have another shot for accumulating snow Friday.
"As of the end of March, a total of 309 cm of snow fell this winter", Ellis said.
We take a break from the precipitation and get to have a dry Thursday.
An active weather patterns continues this week and we can't say we're done with snow just yet either.
The sky is clear to partly cloudy across CT at this time and the air is chilly.
As temperatures begin to turn colder by late Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday evening, precipitation will change to snow from north to south across southern Wisconsin.
Records show that Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport measured nine inches of snow and the northeast area was hit with over 10 inches during the winter storm earlier this week.
Once the storm moves out tomorrow, Locker said it will remain cool.
Expect some lightning and torrential downpours in any storm that do develop. "Sunny skies and a well-mixed atmosphere brought the warmest temperature of the month on the 30th (+15.5 degrees), also falling short of the record high of 23.1 degrees from 2004".
Eventually, as the system's warm front lifts to the north, rain will become more widespread across the IL/WI border midday on Tuesday. Gusts over 30 miles per hour are likely and will cause blowing snow in northern Iowa where the heavier accumulations occur.
Bitterly cold air, at least for April standards, will move into the Midwest Tuesday into Wednesday and reach the East Coast by Wednesday night.
Totals: Between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday, 3 to 7 inches are likely with isolated higher amounts possible.