A spring fling followed by a winter chill and maybe snow? It is March in PA. That means anything goes, including 70 one day and then 36 hours later it might snow.
First, we have a storm moving to our north dragging a front through late tonight and early Sun morning. This will pull warm air north, and allow the cold air to move very slowly into our area. This means warm weather for Sunday as long as it clears out quickly in the afternoon, and the winds pick up to warm the air.
Second, a storm comes on Monday that will push a warm front north of us allow warm air to remain or reflood the area. The longer the rains to our north stay to our north we will warm up. 70 is not out of the question for Monday. Get out and enjoy if you are able, for it will come to a crashing end Monday night.
Third, another storm develops to our south over the Gulf of Mexico coastline. This system will try to move N-NE into the Mid-Atlantic region. If it tracks just right or wrong (depending on perspective) it could give us a moderate snowfall to our area. Some uncertainty around the track, but it is very possible.
Fourth, a storm at the end of the week will come into our area. This storm is very uncertain. It looks certain to occur, but where, how strong, and path are all over the place. It could be a very strong storm with heavy rain, and/or heavy snow, strong winds, and warm air in front with very cold air behind it. Have to wait a couple of days to get more definitive.
Sunday: Showers and clouds in the morning. Clearing in the afternoon. Breezy. Warm. 65.
Monday: Partly sunny and warm. Breezy. Rain arrives afternoon. 70.
Tuesday: Partly sunny. Much colder. 37.
Wednesday: Cloudy with chance snow/rain. 35.
Thursday: Partly sunny. Increasing clouds again. 44.
Friday: Cloudy. Chance for rain. 50.
Saturday: Cloudy early. Colder. Windy. 32.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.