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Meteorologist says cold April could turn into “nice, warm” May and June

The snowfall in host Cynthia Canty's backyard on Tuesday morning, April 10.
The snowfall in host Cynthia Canty's backyard on Tuesday morning, April 10.

Stateside's conversation with Mark Torregrossa, chief meteorologist with both MLive and farmerweather.com.

It's been spring for 22 days now, but the ice hasn't melted and snow is still falling.

Mark Torregrossa, chief meteorologist with MLive and farmerweather.com, joined Stateside Tuesday to discuss just how normal these weather patterns are, and how long we should expect them to last.

Listen above to hear Torregrossa discuss how much colder this April is compared to more average years, and how much of this cold stretch we can chalk up to climate change. He also predicts how warm May and June will turn out to be.(Subscribe to the Stateside podcast oniTunes,Google Play, or with thisRSS link)

 

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