April Weather Gives Area the Cold Shoulder
Sorokin, Ellen, The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
April again proved itself to be the cruelest month - switching from spring mode back to winter in a matter of hours on Saturday and then dusting some Washington-area neighborhoods with snow overnight.
And with the cold and snow came strong, gusty winds that had meteorologists talking about wind chills yesterday.
"This is spring, so it's not unusual to have this kind of weather," said Andy Woodcock, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sterling, Va.
"We've been teased a lot by early cherry blossoms and warm sunny weather," Mr. Woodcock added. "We just have to be patient and not panic. That's the motto."
Area residents got a …
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