WJZ Weather Blog
A frontal boundary is draped along the Atlantic Seaboard allowing showers and t-storms to travel along it.
Don’t put the winter jackets away just yet! Temps have turned much colder for this time of year. Just when we were starting to get used to warmer, “summer-like” weather, things have changed again.
There are two parts to this approaching storm. The first part is overspreading the state this afternoon/evening. The second one is still hanging back over the Ohio Valley.
Yes, it’s the end of March and we are still talking about the potential for winter weather.
Spring may officially start on Wednesday, but Mother Nature is reminding us that it’s still officially winter.
Our average high temperature is quickly on the rise – sitting at 52 degrees Sunday. Our weekend temperatures were even higher than the average, topping out closer to 60 degrees. The warm air is going to stick around for the beginning of the week before a strong cold front comes through and reminds us that it’s still early March.
Between the bright sunshine and temperatures jumping to 62 degrees Saturday afternoon, what a beautiful day! The push of warm air is going to stick around for a few days.
There is still some light snow currently falling in much of Delaware. The steady stuff should not get further west than that but there could be a few spotty rain or snow showers elsewhere.