Just because we have flipped to calendar to April today, don't be a fool. Old Man Winter could still be lurking!

We have all seen the popular meme all over t he internet detailing the multiple stages and flip flops as Upstate New York has its back and forth transitions from winter to spring. And right now we are certainly amidst the "Spring of Deception" and "Third Winter" stages in April. But in all honesty, how likely is snow in April?

The good news: not very likely. The National Weather Service says we have average about 1.6 inches of snow in April since the Early 1990s. The bad news? We know better than to say winter is done, and to always expect the unexpected when it comes to weather in Upstate New York.

So, if you get the urge to put away the shovels and winter clothes this weekend, maybe hold off a couple weeks. because ya never know when winter will come back for one last snowy fiesta like it did in these 10 instances below!

See The 10 Biggest April Snowfalls In Albany History [RANKED]

In Upstate New York, you can never feel fully secure that snow is completely done until late spring. While we usually do not see a ton of snow in April, it is not unheard of. And if history tells us anything, a big April snowstorm is always possible. We have had a few April doozies over the years, and here are the top 10 April snowfalls on record in Albany according to the National Weather Service.