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Posted: Apr 22 2012, 11:51 AM
Group: Super Moderators
Member No.: 8
Joined: 29-April 04
A little late posting my March summary, but here goes...
In contrast to the Maritimes, no unusual warmth around these parts last month. In fact, the month averaged slightly cooler than normal, and featured the coldest day of the winter early in the month. Temperatures were actually not much warmer than they were in February.
Snowfall was near normal but precipitation was below thanks to below normal rainfall. We reached our peak snow-depth of the season of 81 cm on the 7th. That's the lowest max winter snow depth since 2000.
Monthly Summary of my station vs Gander Int'l Airport:
Temperature trace from my station for the month:
Attached day-by-day high and low temps from my station.
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