We know April showers are suppose to bring May flowers, but what do April flurries bring?
According to Environment Canada Meteorologist Alyssa Charboneau, even more flurries over the next few days, particularly Wednesday night into Thursday where we can expect to get snow.
With all the snow and precipitation we received last month we asked Charboneau if the Cariboo broke any records.
“There was 20.8 centimetres of snow that was recorded. The average amount for the month of March is 17.5 centimetres so the Cariboo was slightly above average. In terms of precipitation overall it was the ninth wettest march going back to 1961.”
As far as Spring like temperatures returning to the Cariboo, Charboneau says that could start as early as this Sunday.
“We are looking at colder than normal temperatures persisting during this week and into the weekend, but looking at Sunday` and into the rest of next week we might start to see temperatures at least climb up to at least normal which at this time of year is a high around 11 degrees and a low of minus-two”.