Not a Bad Weekend Coming Up

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By Quincy Vagell on March 1, 2013, 4:40pm Last modified: March 2, 2013, 7:20pm

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After a string of stormy weather weekends, we may finally have a decent Saturday/Sunday forecast to look forward to. Most of this weekend should be dry and some breaks of sunshine will give us the reminder that spring is right around the corner.

Saturday starts with some sunshine and although more clouds are expected at night, the daytime should stay dry. High temperatures will climb into the lower 40's and if sunshine does win out, that increasing sun angle would push temperatures into the mid-40's.
Saturday night into early Sunday might feature a passing rain or snow shower, but without much moisture around, any precipitation amounts would be fairly light. This means there should be no issues for any Saturday night plans.
Sunday looks like the opposite of Saturday. It starts with some clouds, but as low pressure finally pulls away from the region, those clouds should break apart throughout the day.

Things to look forward to:
-The sun angle continues to get higher. This means as we go throughout March, it only takes a little bit of sunshine to cause temperatures to warm up.
-Daylight saving time is the weekend AFTER this weekend, on March 10th.
-While meteorological spring may be here, the "traditional" start to spring is less than three weeks away!

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Quincy Vagell

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