Rain, river flooding and thunderstorms are in the forecast today. Most areas will experience a brief break for a few hours late this afternoon. We dry out on Tuesday but another cold front means another rain chance by later Wednesday.
Isolated to widely scattered showers are possible later in the day, particularly inland, as a storm system approaches. There will likely be a few clouds around, but there could also be a good amount of sunshine!
Temperatures will warm up nicely Sunday through much of next week. Highs in the upper 60s.
Tuesday. Partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 60s. So, Thursday could be the start of some nice weather!
As we move into the month of March, a notable change in the overall weather pattern is expected to take place that will ultimately bring temperatures down closer to where they should be at this time of year. It then appears this low pressure system moving in from the Midwest will transfer to a potent coastal storm somewhere off the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast Coast overnight Thursday into Friday. As this happens, colder air is expected to wrap in across our region and this may allow for either a mix of rain and snow or perhaps a changeover to snow.
SUNDAY: Early morning showers and storms ending. Have a great and safe rest of the weekend!
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