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After two and a half years, taking a brief sabbatical.
A slow progression of weather is in the offing over the next few days as a couple of slow-moving systems foul up weather in portions of the country. One likely impacts us early in the week, with a possible second system for next weekend.
After flirting with 80 on Friday, cooler air has worked into the region for the next several days, reminding us that consistent summery warmth is not quite upon us yet.
It's not going to be the nicest of weeks, at times, but generally mild temperatures will dominate the upcoming weather pattern.
After a March that felt more like January, April is feeling more like May with a surge of warmth ahead.
While we're not fully basking in warmth around here, the weather will be typical for early April this week - a marked improvement over last week's snow.
Some snow on Monday might be the last hurrah for wintry weather. Chilly temperatures remain through Easter.
A chilled latter half of March kicks off with the chance for more snow...with reinforced chill continuing through the week.
A spring in our step with warmth early this week will be replaced by a return of late winter chill for the end of the work week and St. Patrick's Day weekend.
We will be on the northern fringes of a storm system on Wednesday, with some snow or rain expected.
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