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Plains Blizzard Sends Clouds Our Way, Showers Friday Night Split Weekend
The Plains Blizzard is raging this morning and the large stretch of the storm extends from the Western Plains to the Great Lakes. We are evening seeing clouds and some showers extending in an arm to the east right to us this morning. This is more extensive then what we thought yesterday. There is even a narrow band of showers that has moved into North Central and Northwest Pennsylvania. Those showers should stay to our west and northwest. The clouds may be another issue today. We still think there should be some sunshine developing once these clouds move northward.
Temperatures today will be impacted by clouds and winds that will be veering to the east, southeast and then south as the day wears on. Most highs will be in the 50s. We then turn our attention to a cold front from the Plains Blizzard on Friday which by this time will be heading toward the Northern Great Lakes. Friday look for clouds all day with highs reaching into the 60s away from the ocean. Showers won’t be an issue until overnight Friday into early Saturday morning.
Saturday’s weather is a tough call regarding how warm it gets. Showers should be done by 8am in most places but along the coast they could linger awhile longer. Then it is a matter of how much sun breaks through the clouds. We think temperatures could reach the upper 60s and lower 70s but we are hesitant to go higher until we get a handle on the timing and positioning of cloud cover.
Palm Sunday weather conditions deteriorate as another storm heads northeast from Texas to the Lower Great Lakes. This system tracks further east than the Plains blizzard so it will have more impact here. Sunday will be cloudy with rain developing later in the day. Highs from the mid 50s coast to mid 60s inland. Rain will become steadier and heavier Sunday night into Monday morning before ending front west to east later Monday. Weather conditions improve from west to east for Tuesday and Wednesday and then the next storm system approaches late next week with another warm front cold front combination and another round of rain.
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