Of the weekend siblings, Sunday is the better day this weekend.
The weather gets to the April normals this weekend, which is a huge improvement. The normal is 62 and the temps Saturday reach that, if not a degree or two higher.
Range free, humane certified, organic (or, even better, plastic), Easter eggs flew through the air like drones on Saturday as winds gusted past 40 mph.
Hosted by CBS 3 meteorologist Carol Erickson, the day long complaining event started with her keynote address, “Why The Heck Is It Still So Cold?”
Winter took spring hostage on Friday and refused to give up without a struggle.
The McGusty’s blew into town today, hoping to disrupt the St. Patrick’s Day parade with their intrusive presence.
No Forecast? Well, not actually No Forecast, but a forecast of No. No snow, no shoveling, no ice, no freezing rain, no storms tomorrow, no problem.
If it is possible to make time fly as we did overnight, why does the weather just trudge along?
Face the corner, Old Man Winter, and don’t come out until Mother Nature and the rest of us give the okay….and that might be awhile.
Big deal, it’s March. It might as well be January or February as the weather is stuck firmly in winter mode.
So apparently the weather has a calendar, and when it sees that it is the weekend, it brings on some kind of messy weather event. This weekend is no different.
Free water ice, everyone. All over the roads, the walkways, parking lots, steps, etc. No flavors except “ouch,” if you end up slipping on it.
The calendar says it all – if it is close to a weekend, than the weather is either lousy or getting there. This weekend is no exception.
As we should be used to by now, we have another wet weather system moving in for Monday. This one, like the last several, will be short on snow and long on forecasting challenges.
We’re still looking for a similar set up storm-wise for late Sunday into Monday, mostly rain south (Delaware and southern New Jersey) with rain/snow/sleet/freezing rain from 1-3 inches in Philadelphia and suburban points just east and west.