We wouldn’t blame you for wondering if we had closed down shop and exited the region… we’ve been radio silent for a few days. We’ve been updating the forecast on the app and website… but there just hasn’t been much to talk about. It’s quiet… way too quiet for early/mid March.
The pattern is boring… there is no cold air to speak of. Good news for anyone who is looking to get an early jump on spring plans. High temps the next few days will be in the low 50s for the most part… close to, or slightly warmer than where we should be for this time of year. Wednesday and Thursday are looking fairly nice… in advance of our next storm system for late Thursday night and Friday.
A frontal system will approach from the west, and winds will shift out of the SW ahead of it. It’s a rather fast mover, so we won’t see a huge spike in temps ahead of the front. But clouds will increase Thursday night, and scattered showers are likely after midnight. A period of steadier rain showers are possible through the Friday AM commute. Things should taper off Friday around mid day… and we could see some sunshine for the afternoon hours.
Looking at the weekend, a cool but sunny weekend lies ahead. High pressure should keep us dry and mostly sunny on Saturday and Sunday, but highs in the upper 40s to near 50° seem likely. So any outdoor activities should be in good shape this weekend… you’ll just need a coat for the chill in the air.
Have a great Wednesday afternoon, and a great 2nd half of the week!