A trace of snow has fallen in Baltimore in April during three of the past five years. There hasn't been measurable snow at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in April since 2007, when 0.2 of an inch fell.
In 1924, a surprise snowstorm left 9.5 inches of snow and sleet in the city on the first of April. The April Fools' Day Storm, as it became known, entered the record books as the largest April snowfall for Baltimore.
Baltimore Sun reporter Christina Tkacik contributed to this article.