Skies are mostly clear as of the very early morning hours, but a warm front moving through brings some passing clouds throughout that timeframe. It’s another frigid start, with temperatures ranging from the upper teen to middle 20s. The passing warm front allows milder air to filter in through the day with strong southerly breezes. This quickly raises temperatures into the 50s by the afternoon. Plenty of blue skies are expected once the morning clouds exit.
Overnight Friday, clouds increase ahead of an approaching cold front. It’s a milder night with lows falling into the middle to upper 30s. A few sprinkles, perhaps some flakes, are possible close to daybreak and lasting through the early morning hours. Then as the front exits, sunshine quickly returns through the morning. The afternoon is mild once again, with highs in the lower to middle 50s. A push of colder air works into the region by Sunday, and this knocks high temperatures during the afternoon in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees. There’s some sun to start, but clouds quickly develop ahead of the next storm system we’ve been closely monitoring for days now.
Sunday night into Monday, an area of low pressure will develop along the deep south and track just to our south. Models appear to be slowly converging, but there are still many details to iron out. There’s a good chance at accumulating snowfall, especially because part of the event will take place overnight Sunday. The strong March sun angle will complicate the day time forecast. We’ll keep you posted through the weekend! Beyond the storm, Tuesday is another below average day with highs near 40. There is plenty of sunshine though. Tuesday and Wednesday are looking unsettled with temperatures in the 40s.
Have a great weekend!