April 2019 weather for Terrace, BC was about as normal as can be:
- Slightly warmer than average temperature
- Total monthly precipitation nearly identical to the baseline climate
April was the 31st warmest April on record, averaging +6.7°C, which is 0.5°C warmer than the 1971-2000 baseline climate. Temperatures stayed relatively consistent through the month, starting above average and falling a bit below average by the end of the month (Fig. 1).
Temperatures for the year show the warmer than average January, colder than average February, warmer than average March and now the nearly average April (Fig. 2).
April 2019 precipitation was 73mm, nearly identical to the 1971-2000 baseline climate average of 74mm. This return to normal precipitation was a much needed, slight respite from the recent dry months. Cumulatively for the year, even with an average April, precipitation is at 69% of normal (Fig. 3). With April complete with no measurable snowfall, we can determine that the total snow in Terrace, BC for the winter months of 2019 was 118cm, which is 53% of normal.