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Forecast gets milder for Rochester area (video)


Snow in April

• There is typically one day of measurable snowfall in April.

• The record snowfall amount for April is 16.4 inches, which occurred in 1983.

• The greatest one-day snowfall is 14 inches, which occurred on April 20, 1893.

• Tuesday's 3.8 inches broke the record snowfall for April 19, which was 3 inches in 1993.
Source: National Weather Service


As temperatures climb this week, forecasts of a combined snow and rain are changing to rain alone.

A prediction of possible snow on Saturday and Sunday has been changed to rain alone.

The chance of rain and snow on Thursday night is at 50 percent, rising to 70 percent early Friday morning, then changing to rain alone after 8 a.m.


No snow is expected Friday night.

Tuesday's snowfall of 3.8 inches set a record for April 19 in Rochester, beating the 3 inches of 1993.

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