Wonderful Wednesday!

>> Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Just a fantastic weather day today....sunshine and 70s....doesn't get much better than that!

High clouds will increase and thicken tomorrow out ahead of our next storm system. However, it will still be a mild day with highs in the lower 70s for most.

Shower chances arrive Thursday night and will extend into Friday. Highs Friday will be in the 60s.

True arctic air will have settled into the Great Lakes and New England states by Friday, and some of that colder air will bleed in here this weekend. Saturday should remain dry with highs in the upper 50s. Saturday will get off to a cold start as well with many folks likely well down into the 30s.

Our next system will roll in Sunday. The models are all over the place on this one. The GFS is the quickest of the models, both in the system's arrival and departure. The European is much stronger and slower with the system, and the Canadian is in between. For the time being, I will mention rain rolling in later Sunday and keep shower chances in place through much of Monday. Highs Sunday might struggle to make the lower side of the 50s as well.


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