Good Friday, everyone. Our busy March weather pattern continues to throw storm systems at us. I’ve two on the weather menu over the next 5 days, with the first arriving to kick off the weekend.
Before it gets here, clouds will increase today, with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s. Scattered showers and storms will then increase from west to east later tonight and carry us through Saturday:
There’s an outside chance for a strong storm to pop along and ahead of that low. That same low will also bring a healthy temperature gradient from north to south. The farther south and west, the milder those temps will be through Sunday. Speaking of Sunday, it looks like a pretty decent weather day, right now.
A strong southwesterly flow develops on Friday with temps having a shot at spiking to 70. This is ahead of a more potent storm system, crossing the Ohio Valley. A few strong thunderstorms may be noted ahead of this, with the potential for snow behind it by Tuesday and Wednesday:
That’s a lot of cold air surging back in here for the middle and end of next week:
We are likely to see this setup repeat itself a time or two before March is finished.
Have a fantastic Friday and take care.