Daily Archives: March 25, 2013

Time posted: 11:45 pm

Winter Will Ease Up Later This Week

Good Tuesday, everyone. We have another day of snow showers, cold temps and howling winds out there today. This setup has been rather common during this ugly month of March. I have some good news and it has nothing to do with saving money on car insurance. The pattern will ease up a bit later this week into the weekend.

Snow showers and flurries will be common across the state today and we will see additional, light accumulations. Slick spots on area roads will be common this morning with temps down in the 20s. Afternoon readings will hang in the 30s… again.

Leftover flurries will be noted on Wednesday with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s for most of the region. That’s the beginning of a slow climb out of the temperature basement. Highs by Thursday will warm well into the 40s and may flirt with 50.

The 50s will surge in here on Friday with a fair amount of sunshine. 60 degrees is within reach for Saturday as we start our Easter Weekend.

A cold front will approach the state Easter Sunday and should touch off scattered showers and some rumbles of thunder…

GFS

It’s all about the timing of the front as to whether or not your Easter egg hunt is all wet or dry. That’s something we will follow over the next few days.

In looking ahead to next week… the models are fighting. The GFS is showing another big shot of cold air during the middle and end of the week. The European Model has a stormy look to it…Euro

At this point… take the colder solution until further notice. 😉

Have a great day and take care.

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