Yesterday’s snowfall moves us into the top 3March 13th, 2014 at 5:59 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
The burst of snowfall yesterday boosted our seasonal snowfall by a few inches and now we’re in the tied for the third spot.
Anyone finished with winter yet? Today we started out with temperatures in the teens which meant some of those wet road ways were a little icy. The sunny skies did melt the snow today but highs were still below normal for this time of year.
Temperatures are going to increase for the day tomorrow on breezy southwesterly winds. Winds will be gusty at time to 20-25mph.
We’re tracking a cold front moving through on Friday. Breezy winds and sunny skies are expected ahead of the front at first Friday morning. But clouds increase around the evening commute.
The front gets a little closer to us by sunset. This means we’ll see more clouds and there’s a slight chance for a few scattered showers during the overnight hours.
By Saturday morning the rain will be gone and we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures again above normal in the lower 50′s.
Highs drop back into the 30′s for Sunday and Monday. We’re also tracking a storm system that will skirt our southern counties Sunday. This may bring a chance of rain or snow showers to the southern half of the area Sunday. Stay tuned.