A cold front out to our west continues to push towards our region. It’s best that we cover for a shower until the front comes through tonight.
Hi All! Here is the bottom line: Yesterday is proof that Mother Nature is bi-polar. Had enough yet?
Well, cold air has arrived across the viewing area, erasing the warmth from Saturday.
It will begin to turn colder Sunday and really cold Monday.
Area of low pressure tracks from just north of Lake Erie right now to near the coast of Maine this evening.
Winter Storm Warning & Weather Advisory in effect for snow later this afternoon through midday tomorrow (5pm – 2pm).
Temperatures on the mild side Saturday with a gusty westerly wind, but temps fall through the day so there is a limit to the mild weather as a frontal zone will be slipping through.
Winter isn’t done just yet! You heard it. Sometime later Sunday, probably after 7 p.m., we may be seeing a mix of snow and rain in the region as temperatures fall back into the 30s again.
Any branches damaged by snow and ice this winter are down now thanks to Mother Nature’s pruning mechanism.
After a brief shower and some gusty winds, now we are awaiting the arrival of some more Arctic air. Overnight, much colder air will begin to filter into the region along with strong NW winds.
Yesterday, while the dog and I were getting some fresh air, I actually saw those little purple, yellow, and white flowers starting to break the ground.
Conditions are very pleasant despite a stubborn area of thick clouds.