Weekend Outlook………..& BeyondMarch 15th, 2013 at 5:38 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
A few showers are possible (perhaps an isolated t’shower). Some fog may develop in places late. Low temperatures tonight will drop to 34-40 degrees.
Saturday looks mostly cloudy with perhaps an isolated shower or two. Highs will be in the 40s with strong north winds of 15-30 mph.
Saturday night will feature partial clearing with lows in the middle to upper 20s. Winds will be north-northeasterly at 10-20 mph.
Sunday looks mostly cloudy & breezy with highs only in the 30s. Northeast winds will become easterly at 10-20 mph. Gusts to 25 mph are possible for a bit in the evening.
Sunday evening-night rain will begin to move up from the south & southwest. As cold, dry air wedges in via strong east winds at 15-25 mph, rain will likely change to freezing rain over a good chunk of the area. This will likely last several hours. It appears that some minor ice accumulations will be possible in the northeastern half of the viewing area with lows around 30.
The freezing rain will go over to rain Monday with highs in the 40s.
The Greenland Block pattern will continue all of next week with unseasonably cold weather. Highs Tuesday will only run in the lower to middle 30s & not rise above lower to 40s for the entire week.
Chilly rain showers are possible Friday with highs only in the upper 30s to mid 40s.