Good Friday to one and all. We have a strong storm system ready to impact the final few days of March. That means a little bit of ugly is going to show up for the weekend ahead of us.
Some of that ugly shows up today as scattered showers and storms develop. This isn’t a washout and not everyone will see the rain, but a few downpours are possible. Here are your radars to keep you company on this Friday:
Saturday looks like a windy and mild day as showers and storms overspread the region from west to east. There’s a chance for a few strong storms out of this as the cold front sweeps in. Much colder air crashes in here behind this front and that cold will try to catch the back edge of the rain. If that happens, a few snowflakes may mix in:
Whatever is out there early Sunday will move away very quickly, leaving us with a mostly sunny but cold sky. Temps are in the 40s for highs.
From there, a system is going to try and develop and work across the southeastern seaboard early next week. The models differ on placement and strength of that:
Once that gets out of the way, our temps will crank by the middle and end of next week. Temps should make a run back into the 70s:
Enjoy your Friday and take care.