Snow in New York in April is Only Weird Because You Have No Sense of Time

Nate Silver:

It’s the middle of April — and it’s snowing as I write this in New York City. This isn’t quite as unusual as you might have gathered from the reaction on Twitter. Based on data collected in Central Park dating to the 1860s, 64 percent of New York Aprils have experienced at least some snow, although it usually comes earlier in the month.

Now, please, be quiet.