Now that Spring has officially arrived, cooler weather will return.
The week starts off with high pressure building into eastern Canada, providing us with sunshine and seasonably cool conditions for today and Tuesday. By Wednesday, that high will start to slide eastward as low pressure heads toward the Great Lakes, sending some clouds our way. Precipitation looks to spread in Wednesday night, and there may be enough cold air in place that allows it to start as some snow or a wintry mix, at least across the interior. Everything should go over to plain rain on Thursday, and some of it could be heavy as a secondary area of low pressure develops nearby and moves right across the region. Rain ends early Friday as that low pulls away, but with another upper-level low pressure area slowly moving in, we’ll start have a decent amount of cloud cover along with the threat of some pop-up showers Friday afternoon. For the weekend, that upper-level low will cross the Northeast, and a new area of low pressure will develop at the surface near the Mid-Atlantic coast. While the surface low may be too far offshore to have much impact, it may interact with the upper-level low to produce some additional rain or snow showers next weekend.
Monday: Sunshine and a few afternoon clouds, breezy. High 47-54.
Monday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 29-36.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny and breezy. High 43-50.
Tuesday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 25-32.
Wednesday: Some sun in the morning, then clouds move in during the afternoon with rain or snow showers developing in the evening. High 41-48.
Thursday: Cloudy with rain likely, possibly some wintry mix across the interior during the early morning. High 42-49.
Friday: Rain ends early, otherwise plenty of clouds and a few sunny breaks, slight chance for an afternoon shower. High 52-59.
Saturday: More clouds than sunshine with a rain or snow shower possible. High 47-54.
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance for a few rain or snow shower. High 45-52.