Winter Ends Spring Begins Weather Uneventful

Winter Ends Spring Begins Weather Uneventful

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Winter Ends Spring Begins Weather Uneventful

We look forward to a week of rather uneventful weather. Winter ends spring begins and we are in the throws of a rather dry but chilly weather pattern for the week ahead. A weak system goes by well to the south Monday with nothing much other than some early morning clouds. High clouds cover the Southeast and Florida where the only weather of consequence will be occurring for the next few days. Monday as a whole should should be partly to mostly sunny. After a cold night tonight with temperatures in the 20s, highs on Monday will be just into the 40s.

SATELLITE

storm free

 

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

Tuesday and Wednesday look nice and sunny with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s to lower 30s as the last days of winter go out quietly. Then spring arrives Thursday and so does the next cold front. Clouds and a few showers are possible with this front as it goes by. Spring arrives Thursday with our first day of 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness and no major storms to deal with through next weekend.

Winter Ends Spring Begins Weather Uneventful

The air behind this front is chilly. Thursday we could see temperatures sneak into the 50s before the front passes. Friday look for some sunshine and clouds with highs in the 40s. Temperatures should begin to moderate Saturday and Sunday which look like two dry days with some sunshine and highs reaching the the 40s to near 50 Saturday and mostly 50s on Sunday. The next storm system of consequence won’t come until Monday or Tuesday of next week.

 

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