NewsRegional News April saw record amount of snowfall SHARE ON: Lisa Berg, staff Wednesday, May. 2nd, 2018 The old adage ‘April showers bring May flowers’ could hold true this year. According to the Southeast Fire Centre our area set a snowfall record with 12.8 cm falling in the first two weeks of the month. Weather forecaster Ron Lakeman says the previous record was 10 cm and the average is around 2 cm. //www.mycrestonnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Ron-April-precipitation.mp3 The latter half of April was a little unsettled but less eventful. An upper ridge of high pressure brought dry, sunny and warmer weather. Lakeman says that warmth should continue into May. //www.mycrestonnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Ron-may.mp3 The highest temperature for April was +24 and the lowest was -2.9.