Duluth's April snowfall really isn't that rare -- the city averages nearly seven inches of snow during the month and has historically picked up as much as 31.6 inches (back in 1950). If you like snow, this is probably a place to go to get it later into the year given their average winter snowfall is 83 inches and given it can conceivably snow in the Twin Port cities of Duluth and Superior until early June!
|Courtesy of NWS Duluth|
By the way, there is a bit more snow in the forecast...perhaps on Monday and Tuesday with a storm system shooting through Minnesota and then across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Winter's not quite over yet up there...although here we can safely say the threat of snow has arguably passed us by.