Good morning. Its pretty remarkable how there can be so much transition in one month, but thats what March is all about. We went from an all out winter to an all out spring pattern in a matter of weeks. Sure we could still see the occasional spring snow up in New England but overall thats a wrap.
This week will feature temperatures in the mid 50's with rain today tomorrow and Friday.
The current weather system should clear out area by this afternoon leaving overcast conditions...
Notice the snow over mid to northern Maine.
Tomorrow, more rain approaches by the mid morning as a low pressure system passes to our west...
Things then clear out for Wednesday and Thursday with sunny skies and highs in the 50's.
The big weather story this week however will be the severe weather in the southern plains. Very warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico will collide with cooler air approaching from the west due to an upper level trough. This should cause some super cell thunderstorms and potentially tornadoes Wednesday afternoon. You can see model projections below showing the storm popping up especially in TX..
We will keep a close eye on this over the next 24 hrs.
That is all for now. Thanks for reading.