Spring doesn’t start until Saturday morning, and Mother Nature is going to remind us of that fact.
The storm system responsible for all the severe weather over the past few days will pass south of the region tonight, with rain likely. However, as colder air settles in tonight, we’ll see that rain change over to snow from north to south. We’re not expecting much snow, with most places likely seeing an inch or less, possibly 2 inches in a few spots. That’ll be just enough to remind you that it’s still technically winter.
We’ll clear out Friday afternoon, but it will be windy and chilly. After that, high pressure builds in for the weekend with sunshine and moderating temperatures. We’ll get into the 40s on Saturday, while Sunday and Monday will see temperatures in the 50s and possibly 60s.
Thursday night: Breezy with rain likely, changing to wet snow, ending by daybreak. Low 21-28.
Friday: Early clouds, then clearing and windy in the afternoon. High 33-40.
Friday night: Clear skies. Low 20-27.
Saturday: Plenty of sunshine. High 48-55, coolest along the coast.
Saturday night: Clear skies. Low 26-33.
Sunday: Sunny and milder. High 53-60, coolest along the coast.
Sunday night: Mostly clear. Low 28-35.
Monday: Sunshine and a few clouds. High 54-61, coolest along the coast.