Good Friday to one and all. Our second day of March is looking much, much better than the first day of the month. The rains have ended and the skies are clearing, and this is a trend that takes us into the upcoming weekend.
Highs out there today reach the upper 40s and low 50s. Winds will be gusty from the northwest, adding a little chill to the air.
Sunny skies will be with us again Saturday and Sunday as highs reach the upper 40s to low 50s Saturday, with the 50s taking over on Sunday.
Overnight lows this weekend will drop deep into the 20s:
With a lot of VERY early buds and blooms showing up, use your best judgement, green thumbs.
Another cold front arrives Monday with an increase in showers and thunderstorms. Temps should hit 60 ahead of the front, then come crashing down behind it. The big question is… Can we get a storm system to cut off across the region? The GFS continues to advertise this, giving us rain and snow:
The temperature pattern continues to look colder than normal next week, with more of a back and forth taking shape the following week. The GFS Ensembles suggest some additional chances for flakes through the middle of March:
Make it a great Friday and take care.