Scattered showers are still pushing in from the northwest and will pick up again overnight/
Unfortunately, overnight colder air will plunge in as well which will change that rain over to that four letter s-word. Yes, we will have the chance at snow as we wake up on Saturday. Ground and road temperatures are way too warm for there to be any accumulation, but elevated surfaces, like your mailbox or patio furniture, could see a quick dusting. This will melt quickly as temperatures climb from near freezing, early in the day, into the low 40s by midday.
The best opportunity for snow will be between 5 to 9 a.m. From there, we will see that transition back to rain before ending by 1 to 2 p.m. Winds will be gusty on Saturday. Gusts from the west northwest may reach up to 25 mph. This means wind chills will be in the 30s much of the day.
Even colder air is expected to plunge in for Sunday morning. In fact, a Freeze Watch has been issued for the entire Tri-State. Morning temperatures will likely be below 32° in most areas. It will warm up nicely though for Sunday afternoon! Sunday is the day to make your outdoor plans, maybe that easter egg hunt. We have plenty of sunshine on tap with highs back in the 60s!
Rain returns for Monday ahead of Opening Day, Tuesday. The good news is that right now our rain chances look lower for Opening Day! We are still carrying a 30% chance for rain on Tuesday, and it needs to be monitored as it gets closer. But if the current model trend continues, this might be the one-day next week that we don't see much rainfall!! Keep checking back for the very latest!
Spotty snow showers
A few morning snow showers
Midday rain showers, breezy