Our recent cold snap might be measured in days, but it could linger for farmers.
If you liked Wednesday’s sun, you will love Thursday. With sunny skies, temperatures will climb into the mid 50s. That is still 10 below normal but milder than Wednesday’s breezy 49.
Ready for the “Pollen Vortex?” It’s coming… believe it!! Look, I know there was wet snow last night. Put it behind you.
All of this rain is associated with a rather frisky cold front that is pushing eastward this afternoon.
The spring weather is now giving many a chance to get outside and get a close-up look at some of the damage winter has done in their yards.
One word for today is WOW! Temperatures have soared into the low 80°s with a pleasant southerly breeze… WOW!
Wow! What an incredible way to start the weekend. Spring has definitely sprung.
A cold front over the Great Lakes region will move into our area this afternoon. High pressure will settle in along the eastern seaboard this weekend. A cold front will move through the Mid-Atlantic Monday into Tuesday.
Thursday will be the day we’ve been waiting for for about four months. Lots of sun and temperatures around 70.
An upper level trough was located over the northern and central Appalachians early this morning, but the presence of colder air aloft will have only a modest impact on today’s temperatures.
A chilly light rain will continue across the region Monday with a few breaks at times.
It may be chilly and rainy now, but this weekend was a different story. Those who headed to Washington, D.C. to see the cherry blossoms were not disappointed.