Now with Spring starting to look and more like the season, we are now more regularly going to see a Spring-like feature a little more often...showers.
The work week ahead is looking like a soggy one with showers chances almost right up to the weekend. The first sprinkles came today but more scattered showers begin into Tuesday.
Daytime highs will approach the low 60s as warm, moist Gulf of Mexico air provides the step up most spots in the northeast need to melt the remaining snow on the ground. The only hiccup to this are the rising rivers and streams across the area. Keep an eye on any low-lying creeks/streams if you happen to live near one. The Susquehanna is also rising but there isn't a major cause for concern yet. As always, watch this space.
Wednesday is shaping up to the best looking days of the week with normal highs in the low 50s under a mix of sun and clouds. A nice breeze will also accompany this, making it one of the better days ahead by comparison.
Have a great day!
Chief Meteorologist Mike Linden
Today's Record Temperatures