There is some snow in the forecast. I finished my morning routine with so much time to spare, I thought I forgot to do something. Enjoy this final week of March! East winds near calm become north near calm. Winds could gust up to 15 miles per hour. Highs in the upper 60s, with an overnight low in the 40s. Clouds increase Thursday as a low-pressure system moves towards the region from the southwest, with rain overnight into Friday tapering to rain showers Friday afternoon. If the storms are strong and widespread early in the day, then the chance for rain diminishes significantly for the rest of the day.
The clouds will likely dominate our skies over the next few days, with Wednesday and Thursday likely remaining mostly cloudy, although some breaks of sun are possible from time to time. No travel impacts, no accumulations. Rainfall amounts of one-quarter inch or more will be possible through tomorrow. Nothing major, not a washout. By the evening hours on Thursday, the bulk of the rain will be to our east, but we will still have a few showers around. Easter will have a mostly sunny sky with temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60.
More than 6 inches of snow was recorded at the National Weather Service office in Grand Forks on Sunday, but other parts of town reported up to 9 inches.
Much like yesterday, the winds will also be picking up by the afternoon. By the weekend, it will feel like we have turned back the calendar a bit with high temps only in the 30s. Partly sunny, with a high near 76.
Temperatures have rebounded across the Suncoast from last week's brush with cooler and drier weather.
Dan Zarrow is Chief Meteorologist for Townsquare Media New Jersey.