By Marty Bass

Hi Everyone!

This morning driving in I actually said to myself, “I think you can put the snow shovel away.”

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And most likely that is true. Sunny and 68° today. Tomorrow rain, mostly in the afternoon, and 66°.

But Thursday morning as rain comes to an end, and cold air whips in, there could be some mixed precip in the higher elevations of Western Maryland.

Now I do not live in Western Maryland and I think the snow shovel comment to myself is still spot on, but the point is made by nature; It ain’t over quite yet. Then the chill of Thursday and Friday arrive.

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Snow shovel still stays in the closet because here comes the sun and mild up of the first weekend of April.

Easter weekend. And now a question begs to be answered, when was the last time there was snow still on the ground for Easter?

Best I can find it was March 23, 2008 when there were still reports of three inches of snow on the ground. Yep.

But not this year. How about Sunny and 70°! Mothers Natures early April finest for your Easter finest! Perfect.

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