While welcome, the dry start to March we’re seeing in 2020 isn’t that unusual. For the last four years, March has typically started dry and the snow has fallen later in the month.

April tends to follow a slightly more random pattern, with snow developing throughout the month.

What’s common to both early spring months, however, is the strong possibility of late month snow so enjoy your flying early in these months!

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