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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Dry, Cool Friday

After a very cold start Friday, temperatures will rebound into the mid and upper 30s. As high pressure moves offshore, some high and mid level clouds will develop. There could be a brief rain or snow shower Friday night as some milder air moves in. Saturday will be warmer (near 50) with mostly cloudy skies and a passing shower, but most of the day will be dry. Clouds and mild air will stick around on Sunday with rain developing, mainly during the afternoon. Rain, some heavy, will continue into Monday.

Thursday night's 10 PM weather report

2 comments:

Dresden said...

Any possibility of a snowstorm in the long range forecast? I'm looking forward to Spring, but I wouldn't mind ending winter with one last 6-12 incher. Afterall, it would only make sense to go out with a bang after the winter we've had.

Rachel said...

It’s definitely possible!! We can see some of our biggest snowstorms in March. And in the winter of 1995-96 winter, snow continued into April. I don’t see any storms in the near future, but we aren’t out of the woods yet.