Alright! The month of March is behind us, and depending on how you view it, March could have been perceived as a lion or a lamb. A lion, because it was quite warm! In fact, the warmest on record! Take a look at meteorologist Steve Glazier's blog to read up on that! Some would call it a lamb with minimal snowfall and, as mentioned, rather mild temps.
So what's next. According to my calendar, April is next!
When looking ahead at "typical norms" for the month of April, we make some solid headway on temperatures from the beginning to the end of this month. We gain about 15 degrees on average during the daily highs, and about 11 degrees for the average minimum temps.
As for precipitation, the month of April tends to be a bit wetter than March. While March averages 2.22" of liquid precipitation (with the equivalent of 15.8" of that liquid coming down as snow), while April averages 2.82" (with the equivalent of 4.6" of that liquid coming down as snow).
Remember, these are all averages. As we know, the actual temperature can and will vary off of those averages.