Workweek Outlook: We walk the line between snow and rain
Don't be fooled by the brief mid-week warmup as cooler weather returns by the end of the week and then even a better chance of snow arrives for the Easter Weekend
After a significant dry spell for most of March, we are about to see a change in the weather pattern over the Great Lakes that will move some precipitation back into the region. The first chance arrives on Tuesday with 8-12mm of something on the way. By something I mean, we are riding the line between rain and snow and a slight shift in temperatures either way could lead either to a wet slushy mess or just snow-melting rain.
Don't be fooled by the brief mid-week warm-up as cooler weather returns by the end of the week and then even a better chance of snow arrives for the Easter Weekend. Winter is not quite done with us yet.
A few clouds move in Monday with temperatures climbing to 6°C as winds become more southerly. Rain moves in overnight as temperatures fall within a couple of degrees of the freezing mark. Don't be surprised if a bit of wet snow is on the ground by Tuesday morning.
Rain mixed with wet snow continues Tuesday morning and comes to an end by mid-afternoon. Daytime highs will be 3°C.
A mix of sun and cloud arrives Wednesday with above normal temperatures near 8°C. Cooler air moves in for the end of the work-week with daytime highs a few degrees above freezing under a mix of sun and cloud.
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