Flowers have been blooming, grass is green again, and people have been even heading to the beaches, however mother nature isn’t done with winter just yet.
We’ll see a line of thunderstorms move through the region Monday and Tuesday in advance of this week’s cold front. This will allow our morning temperatures to dip back into the upper 30’s for inland areas. Upper 50’s to lower 60’s look likely for highs on Wednesday and Thursday of this week which also look to be our two chilliest days over the upcoming stretch.
Then for round #2….with the upcoming weekend looking pretty soggy, we could see anywhere from 1 to 4 inches of rain in advance of NEXT week’s cold front which looks to be a little stronger than this week’s. Patchy frost may be in the forecast over the next 10 days. Although it’s not looking like we’re going to see freezing temperatures again, those of you who have already planted fragile spring time flowers may need to provide a little warmth to them as we head into mid March.