Clear skies for the moment this Sunday afternoon belies a warm front to be dragged through our area by a low pressure system passing through southern Canada tonight. The warm front will squeeze some moisture out of the cold air ahead of the front, which will fall as snow Monday morning.
It won’t amount to much – perhaps an intense-looking snow fall amounting to very little if any accumulation – followed by the warm front changing snow to rain, and could push afternoon temperatures to the 50s – near normal for this time of year.
Next, temperatures will dip on Tuesday, with some snow showers late Tuesday and overnight, ending by Wednesday morning.
The end of Holy Week will have rain showers and warmer temperatures as low pressure lingers over the eastern US – perhaps clearing out for Easter Sunday.