Highs on Monday will be very similar to what we saw Sunday, topping out in the low 40s in most areas with a stiff northwest wind gusting to 25 miles per hour or more by late Monday.
We get a change in the upper level patten and high pressure building in at the surface.
Wednesday will be cloudy and cold with a 40% chance of of light snow.
Mostly sunny skies on Thursday coupled with breezy southwest winds will push temperatures into the upper 60s Thursday afternoon. The sky will start cloudy before slowly clearing through the afternoon. It won't add up to much, with only light accumulation possible. Our timeframe for some of the heavier snow bands will be 2 p.m.to 7 p.m., which means the evening drive may be slowed by the snow showers.More news: Roger Federer On Course To Retain Top Ranking, Cruises Into Last 16
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Model data has removed rain chances Sunday and right now it looks to be a very pleasant weekend around SE Lower Michigan and Southern Ontario. As the rain ends, it could end as some wet snow flakes for parts of the Northern Pee Dee and Border Belt, most likely areas in NC.
Sunshine and clouds, with a high in the upper 30's. The weekend has milder or at least less cool prospects, as high temperatures climb higher into the 40s on Saturday and then finally reach 50 degrees Sunday. Moisture returns on the heels of a breezy southerly wind by Thursday, resulting in more clouds and a few scattered showers. Tuesday and Wednesday's daytime highs will only be near 60, although both will be sunny days.
The 2018 spring equinox is March 20th, 2018 at 12:16pm.