More Spring snow possible

Friday’s First Warning Forecast Sunny today rain and snow this weekend

Temperatures should hover near 70 degrees, with highs of 68 degrees predicted for Tuesday and Wednesday and expected lows of 59 degrees and 55 degrees, respectively.

TODAY: Mostly sunny with late afternoon clouds rolling in. We'll keep a chance for some drizzle and light rain, but for the most part it's just going to be a damp and gloomy March day.

It will also be breezy at times through Friday with wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour possible on Tuesday, then again Thursday and Friday as another cool front approaches.

Spells of rain will persist through to Easter weekend, but temperatures are not forecast to drop below 8C during the day through until Easter Saturday. Rain chances for Wednesday are up to 60%. Spotty late morning and early afternoon snow showers to flurries may return with little to no accumulation expected. We will also have more Spring-like temperatures for a couple of days. Highs will be in the mid and upper 50s. While it should be more cloudy than sunny, it should also stay more dry than wet, even though some scattered showers are possible from time to time. Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, light rain (and sleet east of the Green Mountains, plus through the Adirondacks) spreads over the region.

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The Wednesday evening sprinkles are a possibility because a strong cold front will be moving through Northcentral Wisconsin.

Friday: Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance for rain and a high near 57 degrees. Heavy rain is likely. Conditions for Passover Friday evening should be quiet and dry.

MONDAY: A few isolated showers will be possible. As moisture increases, dew points are beginning to rise and there could be a few areas of showers beginning in Northwest Alabama overnight tonight. Forecast lows are in the 50s with highs in the lower 80s.

Monday: A 30 percent chance of showers.

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