Good Saturday and welcome to the final weekend of March. Old Man Winter pushed back into the region with some snow showers and flurries ushering in some waaaaay below normal temperatures. This cold air is around through the start of Sunday, but milder days are ahead of us as we roll into next week.
Highs today will reach the upper 30s and low 40s with a partly sunny sky.
Sunday will start in the 20s and end in the 50s on a strong southwesterly wind. Gusts by the afternoon and evening could reach 30mph at times.
A very weak cold front will then slide into the region Sunday night and Monday morning. This will bring a band of showers into the region:
Temps hit the 60s for Tuesday and Wednesday and have a shot at hitting the 70 degree mark.
Another system will impact our weather by Thursday with some scattered showers and thunderstorms. This is ahead of a much larger storm system that looks to move in here to start the Easter Weekend:
That could bring us some thunderstorms and much colder air.
Enjoy your day and take care.