Today’s high was 50 degrees set just before 4PM…this is actually a couple of degrees above normal for a change. 50 is rare this month we have only achieved it four times this March…last march we did it 17 times…incredible!
A large storm is anchored to our north and east and will be parked there for several days so that means not much will change as we head through the second half of the week. Highs will mostly be around 50 with a noticeable breeze that will feel chilly in the shade or when the sun gets blocked out by a cloud. Clouds tend to form in this pattern in the afternoons during the warmest part of the day and then melt away at night as the lower atmosphere cools. There will be a weak piece of energy that rotates around the Canadian Maritimes storm down the coast later tomorrow night and early Thursday morning. This will result in a period of light snow and snow showers…accumulations will be very slim but a coating will be possible on the grass, decks and cars come Thursday morning.
Easter weekend the storm to our NE will lose its grip on us…still quite a few building clouds Saturday afternoon but ample sun on Easter Sunday with temps climbing into the middle 50s!