Good Saturday to one and all. We had to go through some very ugly stuff to get to better weather days, but those days are now pushing in. This will set the stage for milder air to take over, as our pattern begins to look more and more like spring.
Highs Saturday will range from the middle 40s in the north to the middle 50s in the south. Skies will feature clouds and sun battling it out, with some leftover showers in the north and east:
Sunday looks fantastic, with sunshine and normal temps across the entire region. Things will then turn even milder on Monday with highs in the 60s and the potential for some low 70s. Winds will become gusty as a weak front settles in from the north. That should create some scattered showers and thunderstorms:
After a seasonal brand of chill for the middle of the week, the setup across the country then starts to skew warmer than normal. Check out the warm shots showing up on the GFS ensembles through the rest of March:
With the warmer air will come several storm systems rolling across the country. Each of these can create thunderstorms from the Plains into our region. The first arrives in about a week from now:
Have a sensational Saturday and take care.