Good Wednesday, everyone. We’re coming off one of the all-time great early-March warm periods across our part of the world. It’s really hard to overstate just how anomalous the temps have been of late. Things have to try and balance out somewhat, and it appears Mother Nature will do just that in the days to come.
A cold front is pushing to our east Wednesday, with some early-day scattered showers and storms possible. Gusty winds will be with us as highs stay in the 60s.
Thursday looks slightly cooler, with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s and the chance of a shower or thunderstorm.
The real chill arrives as we roll into the weekend. That’s the same time we focus on a low pressure system developing in the deep south. This system should take on a winter look as it turns the corner and runs up the East Coast:
That setup can throw some rain and snow into our part of the world as temps go well below normal:
Lower-than-normal temps will take us into early next week, but above-normal temps try to return later in the week:
That might be ahead of another storm system that brings some big thunderstorms our way. It might also be followed by another big drop in temperatures.
Overall, this is a very active weather pattern taking shape for the rest of March.
I leave you with your Wednesday tracking toys:
Make it a wonderful Wednesday and take care.