Much better through the weekend

Good Wednesday, folks. It’s another windy and mild March weather day taking shape, but a brief shot of colder air is on the way. This may also bring a small chance for some drops or even some flakes across the east, but much of the forecast is dry through Sunday.

Your Wednesday weather will see sun and clouds showing up as winds crank to around 30mph at times. Temps range from the upper 50s to low 60s for most.

A cold front arrives on the scene late Thursday and there’s the chance for a shower of rain or snow in the east Thursday night and early Friday…

Colder winds will blow on Friday as temps struggle in the low and middle 40s.

The weekend looks pretty darn awesome! Highs recover into the upper 40s to low 50s for Saturday then head toward the low 60s.

The next round of showers and storms arrives by Monday and could be on and off for a few days.

The Ensembles continue to point toward a much milder pattern through the middle of the month…



That doesn’t mean we won’t have a few cold shots thrown into the mix, but it does suggest it’s a milder overall setup on average. #teamspring

I will throw you an update this evening. Until then, make it a good one and take care.

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11 Responses to Much better through the weekend

  1. Jeff Hamlin says:

    #TeamSpring indeed. 🙂

  2. Terry says:

    With Forsythia and Bradfords starting to bloom and my poor palms cold/soggy, I am now #TeamSpring as well. Ready for the growing season and hoping no April freeze out comes. We should be in full bloom with the early trees by next week 🙂

    • Troy says:

      Glad to see you back Terry!

      • Terry says:

        Still here just not commenting much lately, lol, a post last month kinda rubbed me the wrong way but life is short and not worth being petty over 🙂

    • Shawon says:

      Even in Campbell County – far Northern Kentucky – I see signs that bushes want to put out little leaves. Won’t be surprised to see the Bradford Pears in bloom up here soon.

      • Terry says:

        I hope we have a warmer late March and April than last year too. We lost most of the fruit here last year as everything blooms too early when we have these super mild winters and then we get the normal March and early April freezes.

  3. Schroeder says:

    Terry, still cold stone dormant here in the hills of central Kentucky. Daffodils have just started to bloom. If we can just keep the cooler nights through mid to late April we may escape the ” April Freeze. “

    • Terry says:

      The apples and later trees are still dormant here too but I see regular pears and peaches and plums getting close to the tender stage. We had almost no fruit last year but apples as everything came out too early, hopefully better this year but these almost no winters with “March like” temps cause these early spring too often anymore.

  4. Schroeder says:

    Last year Terry, the county of Taylor lost all the blossom on all fruit trees. In fact, an orchard down the road from where I live went out of business. Too bad that happened as they had the best peaches locally grown. Hopefully, Spring weather is really here to stay and all of us will have a bountiful harvest. #teamspring

  5. Bobt says:

    The Bradford pear trees just popped out around here. I can see the white buds on them this morning and they were not out a couple of days ago. Spring is here.

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