Good Thursday to one and all. We have a March looking and feeling pattern taking shape over the next several days. Temps will be up and down through the weekend as rounds of showers move through. This won’t last much longer as winter stages a strong comeback as early as next week.
We will have a mix of sun and clouds across the region today as temps rise to 50 to 55 degrees for many areas. The clouds will continue to thicken as we watch two storm systems affect the region. These will come together to form a blizzard across parts of the northeastern states.
We will start to see scattered showers from this setup later today into tonight. As the storm strengthens to our east, colder air will be drawn in from the north on Friday, and we could see a few snowflakes mixing in.
Check out what a powerful storm is being forecast to take shape:
Parts of New England may see better than two feet of snow.
Back in the Bluegrass State, our weather will warm up again over the weekend. Saturday looks good, with highs in the upper 40s under sunny skies. Some showers will increase for Sunday as a strong cold front swings eastward. Much colder air will filter in behind the front, and this should set the stage for a big return of winter.
Just for fun, check out the two-week snowfall forecast from the GFS:
The middle and end of the month is likely to be very wintry across the commonwealth.
Make it a terrific Thursday and take care.