|Snow in April in Montreal. Over 10cm fell on Friday here on L'Ile Perrot. It has since melted. (ValleyWX Picture)|
By Wednesday into the end of the week the region will come under the influence of yet another big late season storm moving from the Rockies towards the Great Lakes. This one however will pass well northwest of eastern Ontario and southern Quebec leaving us in the warm sector. Temperatures will climb from the teens into the low 20's by Friday in Montreal with partly cloudy skies and showers.
Winter held on across North Dakota as it has in so many places this year with a record breaking 20 plus inches of snow in Bismark yesterday. The storm created blizzard conditions forcing authorities to close Interstate 94 from Montana to Minnesota as well as Interstate 29 from north of Fargo south towards South Dakota. The snow this morning is spreading into northwest Ontario with 7cm already in Thunder Bay.
|Bismark, North Dakota with one of its snowiest April days on record yesterday.|